Diogo Arrais, Portuguese teacher (@diogoarrais)
Did you know the adjective Olympic does this refer to the many mountains on Olympus, between Thessaly and Macedonia, the supposed abode of mythological gods?
Olympic is also a hallmark of the games, held for the first time in a Greek city Olympia, in Greece.
In our dictionaries PortugueseThe feminine noun “Olympic Games” in the singular refers in chronological order to each of the four-year intervals between the two Olympic Games, according to which time was counted in Ancient Greece.
According to Huess, the phrase most often used to refer to the most important sporting event in the world is: “Olympic Games“in the plural, as well as the noun” Olympiada “.
The Aulete Portuguese dictionary also says: “The Olympic Games, or the Olympic Games, originated in Greece, a country that worshiped sports and physical culture.
Therefore, great attention must be paid to the coordination:
“The Olympic Games in Tokyo will unleash the immense talent of Brazilian triathletes.”
“The Olympic Games in Tokyo will be and will be unforgettable.”
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An elegant use in a figurative sense of the word “Olympic” as it refers to something “majestic”, “glorious”: an Olympic claw, an Olympic discipline.
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