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Meaning of “foul” - Learner’s Dictionary

foul

noun [C]     /faʊl/
something that someone does in a sport that is not allowed by the rulesGeneral terms used in ball sports
Translations of “foul”
in Korean 반칙, 파울…
in Arabic مُخالَفة رِياضِيّة…
in Portuguese falta…
in Catalan falta…
in Japanese (スポーツの)反則…
in Italian fallo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 犯規…
in Russian нарушение правил игры…
in Turkish faul, kural dışı hareket…
in Chinese (Simplified) 犯规…
in Polish faul…
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