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umpire

noun /ˈampaiə/
in cricket, tennis etc, a person who supervises a game, makes sure that it is played according to the rules, and decides doubtful points
árbitro
Tennis players usually have to accept the umpire’s decision.
Translations of “umpire”
in Arabic حَكَم…
in Korean 심판…
in Malaysian pengadil…
in French arbitre…
in Turkish hakem…
in Italian arbitro…
in Chinese (Traditional) (體育比賽中的)裁判…
in Russian судья (в спорте)…
in Polish sędzia…
in Vietnamese trọng tài…
in Portuguese árbitro, -a…
in Thai กรรมการตัดสิน…
in German der Schiedsrichter…
in Catalan àrbitre, -a…
in Japanese 審判員, (野球の)アンパイア…
in Indonesian wasit…
in Chinese (Simplified) (体育比赛中的)裁判…
(Definition of umpire from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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