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Translation of "soccer" - English-Spanish dictionary

soccer

noun [no plural] /ˈsɒk·ər/ ( UK also football)
a game in which two teams of eleven people kick a ball and try to score goals fútbol a soccer ball
(Definition of soccer from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

soccer

noun /ˈsokə/
football played according to certain rules fútbol She enjoys playing soccer.
(Definition of soccer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “soccer”
in Korean 축구…
in Arabic كُرة القَدَم…
in Malaysian bola sepak…
in French football…
in Russian футбол…
in Chinese (Traditional) 英式足球,足球…
in Italian calcio…
in Turkish futbol…
in Polish piłka nożna…
in Vietnamese môn bóng đá…
in Portuguese futebol…
in Thai กีฬาฟุตบอล…
in German das Fußballspiel…
in Catalan futbol…
in Japanese サッカー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 英式足球,足球…
in Indonesian sepakbola…
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