free kick Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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free kicknoun [C]

uk   us  
in ​football, an ​opportunity to ​kick the ​ball without the other ​team getting ​involved, ​allowed when a ​player from the other ​team has not ​obeyed one of the ​rules
(Definition of free kick from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “free kick”
in Chinese (Simplified) (足球运动等中的)任意球…
in Turkish serbest vuruş…
in Russian свободный удар (в футболе)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (足球運動等中的)自由球…
in Polish rzut wolny…
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