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1. To beat somebody // To win something // to gain weight / confidence.
2. One IN four or One OUT OF four.
3. A tennis / badminton / basketball / squash COURT.
A cricket / football / hockey / rugby PITCH.
TRACKS: Athletics, races.
4. To TAKE UP: to start doing something.
5. To OUTDO: to be more successful than somebody at something.
10. AUDIENCE: at a play, at a concert / show / the cinema / listening to a public speaker.
SPECTATORS: at sporting events.
13: TO HEAD FOR // TO APPROACH a place // to ARRIVE IN / AT.
14: OVERPASS: a bridge that carries a road or railway over another road.
OVETAKE: to come from behind another vehicle or a person and move in front of it.
To OVERCOME: to defeat or succeed in controlling or dealing with something.
To OVERCHARGE: to charge someone either more than the real price or more than the value of the product or service.
15: To CHASE somebody: to hurry after someone or something in order to catch them.
To RUSH somewhere.
16. To AVOID + -ing.
To PREVENT somebody from doing something.
To abandon somebody.
to REFUSE to do something.
17. To CRAWL: to move slowly or with difficulty, especially (of a person) with the body stretched out along the ground or on hands and knees.
To LEAN: to (cause to) slope in one direction, or to move the top part of the body in a particular direction.
18. To be BANNED from doing something.
19. To COME first / second / third.
20. To LOB: to throw something so that it goes quite high in the air.
21: to ROW: remar.
Fishing ROD: caña de pescar.
Clubs: golf clubs.