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footwork

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈfʊt.wɜːk/ US  /-wɝːk/
the way in which the feet are used in sports or dancing, especially when it is skilful
(尤指运动、舞蹈中巧妙的)步法,脚步动作,脚上功夫
And that's a marvellous bit of footwork there from Ponti as he takes the ball from Garcia.
庞蒂从加西亚脚下把球截下来的脚法实在是太精妙了。
Dance and choreography in generalGeneral terms used in ball sports
Translations of “footwork”
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指運動、舞蹈中巧妙的)步法,腳步動作,腳上功夫…
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