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to take a free kick

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  • free kick — noun (soccer) a place kick that is allowed for a foul or infringement by the other team • Topics: ↑soccer, ↑association football • Hypernyms: ↑place kick, ↑place kicking • Hyponyms: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Free kick (Australian rules football) — A free lick in Australian rules football is a penalty awarded by a field umpire to a player who marks a ball (catches a lick that travels 15 metres), has been infringed by an opponent or is the nearest player to a player from the opposite team… …   Wikipedia

  • Free Kick Masters — The Free Kick Masters is a skills based international association football (soccer) competition featuring some of the world’s top rated free kick takers competing against some of the world’s top rated goalkeepers in a direct free kick shootout to …   Wikipedia

  • Free kick (rugby union) — A free kick in rugby union is usually awarded to a team for a technical offence committed by the opposing side. Free kicks are awarded for technical offences such as playing too many players in a line out or time wasting at a scrum. A free kick… …   Wikipedia

  • 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

  • Kick-in — In the sport of Australian rules football, a kick in (sometimes known as a kick out) occurs when an opposition team scores a behind, with a defender kicking the ball out from the defensive goalsquare. The team kicking in may elect any one of its… …   Wikipedia

  • kick — 1 verb 1 HIT WITH YOUR FOOT (I, T) to hit something with your foot: She kicked me under the table. | Joe, stop kicking! | kick sth down/over etc: The police kicked the door down. | kick sth around/towards etc: Billy was kicking a ball around the… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • free — adj., adv., & v. adj. (freer; freest) 1 not in bondage to or under the control of another; having personal rights and social and political liberty. 2 (of a State, or its citizens or institutions) subject neither to foreign domination nor to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • kick — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. punt; spurn; stamp; slang, complain, gripe, bellyache, grumble. n. recoil; thrill, excitement, fun; slang, complaint, grievance, gripe. See impulse, opposition. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A blow with the… …   English dictionary for students

  • Free throw — Wally Szczerbiak shoots a free throw. In basketball, free throws or foul shots are unopposed attempts to score points from a restricted area on the court (the free throw line; informally known as the foul line), and are generally awarded after a… …   Wikipedia

  • free — /fri / (say free) adjective (freer, freest) 1. enjoying personal rights or liberty, as one not in slavery. 2. relating to or reserved for those who enjoy personal liberty. 3. Australian History a. relating to a convict who had been released or… …   Australian English dictionary


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