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volley

noun uk   /ˈvɒl.i/ us    /ˈvɑː.li/

volley noun (BULLETS)

[C] a large number of bullets (seeming to be) fired at the same time: Even as the funeral took place, guerrillas hidden nearby fired/let off a fresh volley of machine-gun fire.

volley noun (LARGE NUMBER)

[C usually singular] a lot of similar things that are said or produced, or that happen, quickly one after the other: I'm afraid my proposal was met with a volley of criticisms.

volley noun (SPORTS)

[C] (in sports) a kick or hit in which a player returns a moving ball before it touches the ground: That was a marvellous backhand volley.

volley

verb [I or T] uk   /ˈvɒl.i/ us    /ˈvɑː.li/
(in sports) to hit or kick a moving ball before it touches the ground
Traducciones de “volley”
en coreano 발리킥…
en árabe ضَرب الكُرة قَبل أن تَلمِس الأرض…
en francés volée…
en turco vole…
en italiano volée…
en chino (tradicionál) 子彈, (槍彈的)齊射,群射…
en ruso удар с лета…
en polaco wolej…
en español volea, descarga, aluvión…
en portugués voleio…
en alemán der Flugschlag, die Salve…
en catalán volea…
en japonés (球技の)ボレー…
en chino (simplificado) 子弹, (枪弹的)齐射,群射…
(Definition of volley from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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