Definition of 'touchdown'
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The 26-year-old became the first player to score touchdowns three different ways in a play-off game. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He leads the team all-time in passing yards, completion percentage and touchdown passes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He has had an on-off season so far but hit form last week with 222 yards receiving and two touchdowns. The Sun (2016)Which touchdown you scored was the best? Times, Sunday Times (2009)He is 16-1 to bag the first touchdown. The Sun (2006)The crowd gave a ringing shout, because their man scored a touchdown. Christianity Today (2000)If they are successful, they score a touchdown which is worth six points. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A split second after touchdown we filed out as fast as possible to cut the risk of a rocket attack. The Sun (2010)It was a perfect touchdown. The Sun (2016)He also dived in for their first touchdown to give them a 7-3 half-time lead. The Sun (2006)Instead of breathtaking touchdown passes, there were too many errors, penalties and incomplete passes as conditions seemed to get the better of the teams. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Worcester did manage two tries in the first half, when they had the wind behind them, but they had three potential touchdowns rejected by the video official. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'touchdown'
British English: touchdown /ˈtʌtʃˌdaʊn/ NOUN
Touchdown is the landing of an aircraft or spacecraft.
...a perfect touchdown.
- American English: touchdown
- Arabic: هُبُوط
- Brazilian Portuguese: aterrissagem
- Chinese: 着地
- Croatian: spuštanje
- Czech: přistání
- Danish: landing
- Dutch: landing
- European Spanish: aterrizaje
- Finnish: lentokoneen laskeutuminen
- French: atterrissage
- German: Landung Technik
- Greek: παραβίαση τέρματος ράγκμπι
- Italian: meta
- Japanese: 着地
- Korean: 착륙
- Norwegian: landingsøyeblikk
- Polish: przyziemienie
- European Portuguese: aterragem
- Romanian: aterizare
- Russian: приземление
- Spanish: aterrizaje
- Swedish: landning
- Thai: การบินลงแตะพื้น
- Turkish: gol Amerikan futbolunda
- Ukrainian: приземлення
- Vietnamese: sự hạ cánh
Definition of touchdown from the Collins English Dictionary
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