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ball

noun uk   /bɔːl/ us    /bɑːl/

ball noun (ROUND OBJECT)

A1 [C] any object in the shape of a sphere, especially one used as a toy by children or in various sports such as tennis and football: a beach/golf/tennis ball Just try to concentrate on hitting the ball. The kitten curled itself into a ball (= the shape of a ball). [C] in football, a pass from one player to another: Long picked up a great ball from Campbell and rounded the keeper to score. [C] in baseball, a ball that is thrown to the batter but that the batter does not try to hit because it is outside the hitting areaA1 [C] a long piece of thread that has been rolled into a ball: a ball of string/wool [C] the rounded part of your foot or thumb where the toes join the foot and the thumb joins the hand
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ball noun (BALL GAME)

[U] mainly US any game that involves throwing and catching a ball: The kids were outside playing ball. I like watching college/pro ball.

ball noun (DANCE)

[C] a large formal occasion where people dance: Did you go to the Summer Ball last year?
Переводы “ball”
на корейский 공, 무도회…
на арабский كُرة, حَفْلة راقِصة…
на французский balle, ballon, boule…
на турецкий top, balo…
на итальянский pallone, palla, ballo…
на китайский (традиционный) 圓物, 球, 球狀物…
на русский мяч, бал…
на польский piłka, kula, kulka…
на испанский pelota, balón, bola…
на португальский bola, baile…
на немецкий der Ball, das Knäul, die Kugel…
на каталонский pilota, ball…
на японский ボール, 舞踏会, (正式な)ダンスパーティー…
на китайский (упрощенный) 圆物, 球, 球状物…
(Definition of ball from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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