Olympic

[ US /oʊˈɫɪmpɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of the region of Olympia in Greece or its inhabitants
    Olympian plain
  2. of or relating to the Olympic Games
    Olympic winners
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How To Use Olympic In A Sentence

  • Taiwan grabbed two gold medals, two silvers and one bronze at the Athens Olympics.
  • The recent Australian National Championships and Olympic swimming trials give a strange story to the world of swimming.
  • The former Olympic champion may now have been overtaken, but a debt of gratitude is owed to her by the vibrant new star of her sport. Times, Sunday Times
  • The marathon race is the big test of endurance in the Olympics.
  • That's because Olympic contests are played on a wider ice rink that opens up the game and gives the elite players space to be creative.
  • The 27-year-old, who is in training for next summer's Olympic Games, began his swimming career at the Longsight baths by competing in galas there as a schoolboy.
  • The Olympic venues have won praise and admiration from around the world. The Sun
  • We will actively support Britain's bid to host the 2000 Olympic Games in Manchester.
  • On top of that, they could have a taller Olympic cauldron. Times, Sunday Times
  • Eastman Kodak is a major sponsor of the Olympics.
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