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They watch from the same room as the TV umpire. The Sun (2016)It would make umpiring easier and consciences clearer. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It might make the umpires feel more comfortable. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Instead they made her umpire their matches. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Umpires need the help of players because there can be no organised game without umpires. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But hockey is such a challenging game to umpire and it so fast. The Sun (2012)Then there were the press conferences with his wife coming in having already slapped the chair umpire around the face. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Umpires in club games will be able to access information similar to that given to the third umpire in international matches. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Imagine if they were cricket umpires. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In cricket, umpires have abandoned the idea of trust. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Broad's tactic was outlawed because the umpires and match referee think it is unacceptable gamesmanship. The Sun (2009)As well as being notoriously incapable of hosting, playing or umpiring cricket matches in a fair fashion. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The players could have knocked up in the stand opposite the umpire's chair without troubling too many visitors. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The umpires have two options. Times, Sunday Times (2006)For all the work of the match referees and umpires, it was always the players who would have to lead the way. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Athletics and horse racing have photo finishes and a rugby referee can refer a try to a TV umpire. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Cricket umpires have had light meters for years, why can't tennis have the same? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Until then, it is the umpire's job. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The job of umpiring the Boat Race is not really a dream come true. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But it's the umpires' job to make their judgments with the naked eye. The Sun (2010)Now cricket umpires want more time for their own tea, so they can have a nice sit-down. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He didn't seem to know the first thing about umpiring a cricket match, yet still insisted on giving his two cents. The Sun (2016)We were helping the umpires by two of the batsmen walking off (without being given out) which was disappointing as well. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In fact, the only slightly disturbing moment of the afternoon came when the lid of the bin by the umpire's chair blew off in the wind. The Sun (2009)
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Britisches Englisch: umpire /ˈʌmpaɪə/ NOUN
An umpire is a person whose job is to make sure that a sports match or contest is played fairly and that the rules are not broken.
The umpire's decision is final.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: umpire
- Arabisch: حَكَم
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: árbitro
- Chinesisch: 裁判员
- Kroatisch: treći sudac u sporu koji presuđuje
- Tschechisch: rozhodčí
- Dänisch: dommer sport
- Niederländisch: scheidsrechter
- Europäisches Spanisch: árbitro tenis
- Finnisch: erotuomari
- Französisch: arbitre
- Deutsch: Schiedsrichter
- Griechisch: αγωνοδίκης
- Italienisch: arbitro
- Japanisch: アンパイア
- Koreanisch: 심판
- Norwegisch: dommer sport
- Polnisch: arbiter
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: árbitro
- Rumänisch: arbitru
- Russisch: судья
- Spanisch: árbitro
- Schwedisch: domare sport
- Thai: กรรมการตัดสิน
- Türkisch: hakem
- Ukrainisch: рефері
- Vietnamesisch: trọng tài
Britisches Englisch: umpire VERB
To umpire means to be the umpire in a sports match or contest.
He umpired baseball games.
He umpired for school football matches.
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