ne-wa’za, nā-wä-zä, 寝技[Ori.Japan] n.1. Ground technique; matwork 2. ’ne’; lying ‘waza’; technique 3. Introduced to Brazil in 1914, the Kodokan judo techniques one uses after competitors are taken to the ground via takedown, throw, sweep, etc. See JIU-JITSU
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