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professional foul

noun [C] uk   us  
in football, an intentional foul (= an act that breaks the rules), especially one that is intended to prevent the other team from scoring a goal
Translations of “professional foul”
in Chinese (Traditional) (足球比賽中的)故意犯規…
in Chinese (Simplified) (足球比赛中的)故意犯规…
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