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    #1

    Post sporting... tats ... 'do?

    David Beckham arrives at LA's outdoor shopping mall, the Grove, "sporting his many tats and a new 'do".

    May I ask the meaning of the participle phrase?


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    #2

    Re: sporting... tats ... 'do?

    "sporting his many tats and a new 'do".
    That is, he showed up with a number of tattoos and a new hair style.

    If you sport something, you have it on you or wear it openly, in a stylish, unashamed manner. You wear it as if you wanted to show it off.

    'Do is short for hairdo (hair style), and tats is short for tattoos.

    Greg
    Last edited by dragn; 26-Jul-2009 at 04:16.

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    Smile Re: sporting... tats ... 'do?

    Quote Originally Posted by dragn View Post
    That is, he showed up with a number of tattoos and a new hair style.

    If you sport something, you have it on you or wear it openly, in a stylish, unashamed manner. You wear it as if you wanted to show it off.

    'Do is short for hairdo (hair style), and tats is short for tattoos.

    Greg

    Woo... I got it!!!
    You are so great!

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