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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 (尤指運動、舞蹈中巧妙的)步法,腳步動作,腳上功夫 And that's a marvellous bit of footwork there from Ponti as he takes the ball from Garcia. 龐蒂從加西亞腳下把球截下來的腳法實在是太精妙了。 Dance and choreography in generalGeneral terms used in ball sports
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