Word: joust

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Synonyms: joust

tournament, tourney, combat, contest, fight, battle, clash, tilt

Translations: joust

spanish
justar, justa, la justa


german
turnieren, Turnier, Zweikampf, Tjost

french
joute

italian
giostra, torneo, la giostra, giostre

portuguese
torneio, justar, justa, do joust

dutch
steekspel, toernooiveld, toernooi, steekspel houden

russian
турнир

norwegian
turnering, Joust, på turnering

swedish
tornera, Joust, tornerspel

finnish
turnaus, turnailla

danish
dyst, Joust, dystløb

czech
klání, turnaj, rytířský turnaj, Následuje rytířský turnaj

polish
potykanie, potykać

hungarian
lovagi torna, Joust, lovagi, a lovagi torna, játszunk

turkish
polemiğe girmek, yazıları ile atışmak, polemige girmek

greek
μονομαχία ιππέων με κοντάρια, αγώνισμα ιπποαχίας, κονταρομαχία, κονταροχτύπημα, κονταροχτύπημα τον

ukrainian
лицарський турнір

albanian
bëj dyluftim, dyluftim kalorësisht, dyluftim

bulgarian
турнир, Joust, двубой, участвувам в турнир, двубой в турнир

belarusian
рыцарскі, рыцарская

estonian
Turniir, Turnailla

croatian
viteška borba, sraz smečera i blokera na mreži, takmičiti se u viteškoj borbi

lithuanian
kautis turnyre, Potykać, Riterį divkauja

latvian
turnīrs, bruņinieku divkauja

macedonian
турнир

romanian
turnir, turnire, de turnire, lua parte la un turnir

slovenian
Joust, Viteških boj

slovak
zápolení, klaní, súbojov, súboja, súboji

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The meaning and "use of": joust

noun
  • a medieval sports contest in which two opponents on horseback fought with lances.

verb
  • (of a medieval knight) engage in a sports contest in which two opponents on horseback fight with lances.
  • compete closely for superiority.

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