Translation: from spanish

kick the ball

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  • holding the ball — noun The action of a player keeping hold of the ball when tackled. When tackled the player must kick or handpass the ball and failing to do so (provided he has had the opportunity) results in a free kick to the tackler …   Wiktionary

  • On the Ball, City — the Norwich City F.C. song, is described as the world s oldest football song still in use today;[1][2] the song is in fact older than the club itself having probably been penned for Norwich Teachers or Caley s FC in the 1890s, and used by clubs …   Wikipedia

  • On The Ball, City — On The Ball, City, the Norwich City song, is regarded as the world s oldest football song still in use today; the song is in fact older than the club itself having probably been penned for Norwich Teachers or Caley s FC in the 1890s, and used by… …   Wikipedia

  • On the Ball (ITV television show) — On The Ball is a British ITV Saturday lunchtime television show about football, which ran as part of World of Sport in the 1980s, and as a stand alone show from 1998 to 2004. The original On The Ball was a half hour football round up segment… …   Wikipedia

  • Kick-to-kick — The aftergame Kick to kick tradition at the Melbourne Cricket Ground is now a rare sight. Follows an AFL match between the Melbourne Demons and Port Adelaide Power, 16000 fans are let onto the hallowed turf. Kick to kick is a pastime and well… …   Wikipedia

  • kick — kick1 [kik] vi. [ME kiken < ?] 1. to strike out with the foot or feet, as in anger, or in swimming, dancing, etc. 2. to spring back suddenly, as a gun when fired; recoil 3. to bounce or ricochet, often in a way that is unexpected or seemingly… …   English World dictionary

  • kick — kickable, adj. kickless, adj. /kik/, v.t. 1. to strike with the foot or feet: to kick the ball; to kick someone in the shins. 2. to drive, force, make, etc., by or as if by kicks. 3. Football. to score (a field goal or a conversion) by place… …   Universalium

  • kick — /kɪk / (say kik) verb (t) 1. to strike with the foot. 2. to drive, force, make, etc., by or as by kicks. 3. to strike in recoiling. 4. Football to score (a goal) by a kick. –verb (i) 5. to strike out with the foot. 6. to have the habit of thus… …   Australian English dictionary

  • kick — kick1 W3S2 [kık] v [I and T] 1.) to hit something with your foot kick sth down/over/around etc ▪ Billy was kicking a ball around the yard. ▪ The police kicked the door down. kick sb in the stomach/face/shin etc ▪ There was a scuffle and he kicked …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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