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league

noun /liːɡ/
a union of persons, nations etc for the benefit of each other
liga
the World League for the Protection of Animals.
a grouping of sports clubs for games
liga
the football league.
be in league with to be allied to
estar aliado/compinchado (con alguien)
The British were in league with the Dutch to suppress the Republic.
Translations of “league”
in Arabic اِتِّحاد…
in Korean 리그, 연맹…
in Malaysian liga…
in French ligue, division…
in Turkish spor ligi…
in Italian serie…
in Chinese (Traditional) 體育, (體育項目)聯合會,聯賽,聯盟…
in Russian лига…
in Polish liga…
in Vietnamese liên minh, liên đoàn…
in Portuguese liga…
in Thai สหพันธ์…
in German der Bund, die Liga…
in Catalan lliga…
in Japanese (スポーツの)リーグ…
in Indonesian liga…
in Chinese (Simplified) 体育, (体育项目)联合会,联赛,联盟…
(Definition of league from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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