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rugbynoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈrʌɡ.bi/ (formal rugby football)
A2 a sport where two teams try to score points by carrying an oval ball across a particular line or kicking it over and between an H-shaped set of posts
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in Arabic لُعْبة الرَّجبي…
in Korean 럭비…
in Malaysian ragbi…
in French rugby…
in Turkish ragbi…
in Italian rugby…
in Chinese (Traditional) 英式橄欖球…
in Russian регби…
in Polish rugby…
in Vietnamese môn bóng bầu dục…
in Spanish rugby…
in Portuguese rúgbi…
in Thai กีฬารักบี้…
in German das Rugby…
in Catalan rugbi…
in Japanese ラグビー…
in Indonesian rugby…
in Chinese (Simplified) 英式橄榄球…
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