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Translation of "football" - English-Spanish dictionary

football

noun   /ˈfʊt·bɔːl/
A1 [no plural] UK ( US soccer) a game in which two teams of players kick a round ball and try to score goals fútbol a football match/team
A1 a large ball for kicking balón
[no plural] US ( UK American football) a game for two teams in which players move a ball along the field by running with it or throwing it fútbol americano
footballer noun /ˈfʊt·bɔː·lər/ UK
A2 someone who plays football, especially as their job futbolista
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