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Answered 2012-07-27 06:03:22

Since it is a sport, most people "play" it. If they are very good at it, we say they "excel" at Badminton. Of course, people can "win" at badminton, and they can also "lose" at badminton. And when they are first becoming familiar with the game, we can say they "are learning" badminton or they "are practicing badminton."

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