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Olympic-size

[ uh-lim-pik-sahyz, oh-lim- ]
/ əˈlɪm pɪkˌsaɪz, oʊˈlɪm- /
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adjective
of the dimensions or length prescribed for the Olympic Games and other major athletic competitions: an Olympic-size speed-skating oval.
(of a swimming pool) having a length of 55 yards (50 meters) and a width of at least 23 yards (21 meters).
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Also O·lym·pic-sized [uh-lim-pik-sahyzd, oh-lim-] /əˈlɪm pɪkˌsaɪzd, oʊˈlɪm-/ .

Origin of Olympic-size

First recorded in 1965–70
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