Recent Examples of karate from the Web
There's always a class going on at the center for the community to enjoy such as yoga, quilting, karate, dominoes and canasta.
Her husband, Kaicho David Farzinzad stood against social and governmental opposition to train women in karate.
As well as being a keen violinist, Christian is currently working towards an orange belt in karate.
Four new sports have been added: karate, skateboarding, sports climbing, and surfing.
Four new sports meant to draw a younger audience are surfing, skateboarding, sport climbing and karate.
McGuffie is a rare multi-sport athlete, one who's participated in all sorts of sports including karate, roller hockey, gymnastics, football, basketball, BMX cycling, surfing, rugby and baseball.
Carmichael, a retired Charlotte firefighter elected sheriff in 2014, is a karate expert who developed a personal safety and awareness program called Women’s Awareness Response.
Evra was impressively sent off before a ball was even kicked in Marseille's Europa League clash against Vitoria, receiving his marching orders for karate-kicking one of his own supporters in the head.
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Origin and Etymology of karate
First Known Use: 1926See Words from the same year
KARATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of karate for English Language Learners
: a form of fighting that was developed in Japan in which your feet and hands are used to kick and hit an opponent : a Japanese martial art
KARATE Defined for Kids
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