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wicket

noun /ˈwikit/
a hoop through which the balls are driven in the game of croquet or at which the ball is bowled in cricket.
palos
the ground between two sets of these rods
terreno
The wicket has dried out well.
the ending of a batsman’s period of batting
entrada, turno
They scored fifty runs for (the loss of) one wicket.
wicket-keeper noun (in cricket) the fielder who stands immediately behind the wicket.
defensa
(Definition of wicket from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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