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leg before wicket

(abbreviation lbw) in the ​game of ​cricket, the ​situation in which ​yourtime as the ​persontrying to ​hit the ​ball is ​ended because the ​ball has ​hityour leg when it should not have
(Definition of leg before wicket from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “leg before wicket”
in Chinese (Simplified) (板球比赛中)击球手腿部触球出局,腿截球…
in Chinese (Traditional) (板球比賽中)打擊手腿部觸球出局,腿截球…
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