Spanish translation of 'linesman'
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Example Sentences Including 'linesman'
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He says: 'I remember joining up with my linesman and fourth official in a hotel before the game.The Sun (2009)
And he fumed: 'The linesman had a disgusting performance.The Sun (2012)
Appeals generally don't go against the linesman or referee and they can be looked at in so many different ways.The Sun (2013)
But the linesman's flag stayed down, to the amazement of the home defenders.The Sun (2010)
Don't speak about this linesman or that referee; think about the system and suggest an alternative.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
He makes his feelings known towards the referee, linesman and fourth official.The Sun (2012)
He raged: 'The linesman has apologised for not putting his flag up.The Sun (2011)
He said: 'The linesman was too eager.The Sun (2015)
I saw the linesman flag and thought what's he flagging for.The Sun (2011)
ITV cameras missed it but luckily not the linesman who flagged for offside.The Sun (2009)
It may have been chalked off anyway as the linesman's flag was up.The Sun (2013)
MAY 2005 'The linesman scored the goal.The Sun (2011)
Referees and linesman are human as well.The Sun (2013)
So quite how the referee and his linesman did not see it I don't know.The Sun (2012)
Sometimes teams say we have a referee and linesman and we go on until they whistle.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The linesman and referee were quite close and they obviously saw it.The Sun (2010)
The linesman flagged in error and the goal was disallowed.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The linesman put his flag up and then down again.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The linesman was flagging furiously.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The referee got it right in the first place, then the linesman put his flag up and he changed his mind.The Sun (2009)
Why has the linesman not flagged?The Sun (2013)
But a linesman flagged for a raised foot.The Sun (2006)
He said: 'The linesman was bang in line but did not see it.The Sun (2007)
How on earth has the linesman and referee missed that?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
As for being a football linesman, don't try it.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Used Rarely. linesman is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'linesman' in Other Languages
British English: linesman NOUN
A linesman is an official who assists the referee or umpire in games such as football and tennis by indicating when the ball goes over the lines around the edge of the field or court.
Translation of linesman from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary