[ US /ˈtæˌkwɑnˈdoʊ, taɪˈkwɑndoʊ/ ]
  1. a Korean martial art similar to karate
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How To Use taekwondo In A Sentence

  • She will now swap to Korean martial art taekwondo. The Sun
  • Stretching exercises are especially important to enable students to perform the fantastic kicks that are the hallmark of taekwondo.
  • All students are informed by their instructor of the strict code of taekwondo.
  • Taekwondo black belt: the gold bars distinguish rank.
  • But if the I.O.C. has any sense, it will follow up on its past good judgment, and invite sepak takraw to follow in the footsteps of taekwondo. Why isn't sepak takraw an Olympic event?
  • Who do you think will win if a taekwondo black belt fights a street fighter?
  • In the Junior Taekwondo, Matthew Archer achieved his blue belt with a fantastic score of 94 per cent.
  • Instead, money will be directed toward sports it has already had some success in, such as baseball, table tennis, taekwondo, wushu, judo and shooting.
  • You would think that there is enough inherent danger of bumps and bruises in taekwondo without the added worry of crashing into the fixtures and fittings. Times, Sunday Times
  • From what I have understood the Korean martial arts taekwondo, hapkido spelling might be wrong use the “way” as well but this is derived from the japanese usage/fashion. Usage of ‘dou’ (道) in Japan.
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