Sport (/spɔ:t/) includes all forms of competitive physical activity or games
There are a number of sport-related idioms in English, some pertaining to sport generally, others pertaining to individual sports.
When describing results, we tend to use irregular verbs like win/won/won, lose/lost/lost, drew/draw/drawn, tie (reg), beat/beat/beaten. Collocational prepositions are also important here; "A played (against) B", "A beat B" (not *"A won B"), "B lost to A", "C drew with D", etc. Words for 0 can also be different.
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