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field hockeynoun [C]

uk   /ˈfiːld ˌhɒk.i/ us   /ˈfiːld ˌhɑː.ki/ US UK hockey
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field hockeynoun [U]

/ˈfild ˌhɑk·i/
a game in which two teams of 11 players each try to score points by using special sticks to hit a small ball into a net at either end of the field
(Definition of field hockey from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “field hockey”
in Arabic هوكي المَيدان…
in Korean 필드하키…
in Portuguese hóquei sobre grama…
in Catalan hoquei sobre herba…
in Japanese ホッケー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 曲棍球…
in Turkish çim hokeyi…
in Russian хоккей на траве…
in Chinese (Traditional) 曲棍球…
in Italian hockey su prato…
in Polish hokej na trawie…
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