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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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karateka‧ra‧te /kəˈrɑːti/ ●●○ noun [uncountable]  DSOa Japanese fighting sport, in which you use your feet and hands to hit and kickjudo
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karateThe fusing of mind and body in karate is indescribably beautiful.The reverse punch is also the strongest and hardest punch in karate.Possibly the most commonly used punch in karate is the reverse punch.And walking tall: Out of the wheelchair, and into karate.Anyone interested in learning karate can go along to 35 College Street, or contact 616453.Q: How old were you when you started acting and started learning karate?Her weedy children would scamper up to practice karate in the clearing of his property.The boys canceled their karate lessons.
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