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WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2015
ka•ta  (kätə), 
n. 

    Sportan exercise consisting of several of the specific movements of a martial art, esp. a pattern prescribed for defending oneself against several attackers, used in judo and karate training.
Etymology:
  • Japanese: shape, pattern
  • 1950–55

kata-, 
var. of cata-. 
Also,[esp. before a vowel,]kat-. 

Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

kata /ˈkætə/ n
  1. an exercise consisting of a sequence of the specific movements of a martial art, used in training and designed to show skill in technique
Etymology: 20th Century: Japanese, literally: shape, pattern




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