French translation of 'hat-trick'
hat-trickhat trick [ˈhættrɪk]
to score a hat trick (= score three times) réussir trois coups consécutifs; (= win three matches) gagner trois matchs consécutifs
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Example Sentences Including 'hat-trick'
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I nearly missed the kick-off but actually got a hat-trick in the game.Sir Alf: A Major Reappraisal of the Life and Times of England's Greatest Football Manager (2006)
Their centre-forward scored a hat-trick.Sir Alf: A Major Reappraisal of the Life and Times of England's Greatest Football Manager (2006)
Why bother trying for a hat-trick if it will be erased from history?Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Another step up in trip should help him complete a hat-trick of wins.The Sun (2016)
But I kept grinding away and was able to get a hat-trick.The Sun (2017)
He completed a hat-trick when winning over course and distance three weeks ago.The Sun (2012)
He could have had a hat-trick in both games.The Sun (2014)
He has already won twice over course and distance this spring and can complete the hat-trick.The Sun (2012)
He scored his first hat-trick in this victory.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
He should complete a hat-trick of wins.The Sun (2017)
His hat-trick won the game.The Sun (2013)
I sat there hoping he wouldn't score a hat-trick.The Sun (2016)
It's always nice when you play with a partner and he wants you to get the hat-trick.The Sun (2010)
Only mystery was how he didn't get a hat-trick.The Sun (2012)
The third showed a player with tenacity, determination and desire to get that hat-trick.The Sun (2012)
Within 36 minutes he had scored a hat-trick.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
It was inevitable I was going to take it and get a hat-trick.The Sun (2006)
Why is three goals in a game of football called a hat-trick?Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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'hat-trick' in Other Languages
British English: hat-trick NOUN
A hat-trick is a series of three achievements, especially in a sports event.
I scored a hat-trick in my first game.
- American English: hat trick
- Brazilian Portuguese: série de três gols marcados por um mesmo jogador em um só jogo
- Chinese: 帽子戏法 >指运动员连续三次取胜的好成绩
- European Spanish: hat trick
- French: trois coups consécutifs
- German: Hattrick
- Italian: tripletta
- Japanese: ハットトリック
- Korean: 연속 3점 축구의 해트 트릭
- European Portuguese: série de golos consecutivos
- Spanish: hat trick
Translation of hat-trick from the Collins English to French Dictionary