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soccer

noun [U] uk   /ˈsɒk.ər/  us   /ˈsɑː.kɚ/ mainly US (UK usually football)
A2 a game played between two teams of eleven people, where each team tries to win by kicking a ball into the other team's goal
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in Arabic كُرة القَدَم…
in Korean 축구…
in Malaysian bola sepak…
in French football…
in Turkish futbol…
in Italian calcio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 英式足球,足球…
in Russian футбол…
in Polish piłka nożna…
in Vietnamese môn bóng đá…
in Spanish fútbol…
in Portuguese futebol…
in Thai กีฬาฟุตบอล…
in German das Fußballspiel…
in Catalan futbol…
in Japanese サッカー…
in Indonesian sepakbola…
in Chinese (Simplified) 英式足球,足球…
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