sin bin Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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sin binnoun [C]

uk   us   UK informal
in some ​sports, an ​area off the ​field where a ​player who has done something that is against the ​rules can be ​sent
verb [T usually passive] uk   us   (plural -nn-)
to ​send a ​player to the ​sinbin: Thomas was sin-binned for a ​professionalfoul.
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