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Olympic Games

  

      n   functioning as sing or pl  
1    the greatest Panhellenic festival, held every fourth year in honour of Zeus at ancient Olympia. From 472 b.c., it consisted of five days of games, sacrifices, and festivities  
2      (Also called)    the Olympics   the modern revival of these games, consisting of international athletic and sporting contests held every four years in a selected country since their inception in Athens in 1896  
   See also       Winter Olympic Games  
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