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penalty

noun   /ˈpen·əl·ti/ ( plural penalties)
a punishment for doing something that is against a law or rule penalización There’s a £50 penalty for late cancellation of tickets.
in sports, an advantage given to a team when the other team has broken a rule penalti They won a penalty in the first five minutes of the game.
(Definition of penalty from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

penalty

noun /ˈpenlti/ ( plural penalties)
a punishment for doing wrong, breaking a contract etc pena, castigo They did wrong and they will have to pay the penalty The death penalty has been abolished in this country.
in sport etc , a disadvantage etc that must be suffered for breaking the rules etc castigo máximo, sanción The referee awarded the team a penalty (also adjective) a penalty kick
(Definition of penalty from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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