Definition of 'touchline'
Example sentences containing 'touchline'
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The only issue is whether it should be a touchline or stadium ban. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He was given a five-match touchline ban. Times, Sunday Times (2017)A touchline ban does not stop a manager contacting his coaches - but a stadium ban does. The Sun (2017)He will get a touchline ban - which could be more than one game - plus a fine. The Sun (2016)If he challenges the charge and is unsuccessful, he will be given a two-match touchline ban and a fine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Coaches must stand on the opposite touchline and no one is allowed to stand behind the goals. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So the discrepancy over touchline bans should come as no surprise. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He has been handed a touchline ban. The Sun (2014)Its single stand runs the length of one touchline but the roof covers only a small central section. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was needless from the Belgium centreback as it was right on the touchline. The Sun (2015)With managers, you can issue them with touchline bans. The Sun (2009)And he forgot to mention that he's got a touchline ban. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The man on the touchline was the one with the cool haircut, the stylish coat and the designer stubble. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The Eagles boss watched from the stands as he served the second of a two-match touchline ban. The Sun (2013)So you do not get the same atmosphere like you do at Old when the fans are Trafford right on the touchline. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'touchline'
British English: touchline /ˈtʌtʃˌlaɪn/ NOUN
In sports such as rugby and football, the touchline is one of the two lines which mark the side of the playing area.
- American English: touchline
- Arabic: خَطٌّ مُحَدِّد
- Brazilian Portuguese: linha de fundo esporte
- Chinese: 边界线
- Croatian: aut-linija
- Czech: pomezní čára
- Danish: sidelinje
- Dutch: zijlijn
- European Spanish: línea de banda
- Finnish: rajaviiva
- French: ligne de touche
- German: Auslinie
- Greek: γραμμή τέρματος
- Italian: linea laterale
- Japanese: タッチライン
- Korean: 터치라인
- Norwegian: sidelinje
- Polish: linia boczna
- European Portuguese: linha de fundo desporto
- Romanian: tușă
- Russian: боковая линия поля
- Spanish: línea de banda
- Swedish: sidlinje
- Thai: เส้นข้าง
- Turkish: taç çizgisi
- Ukrainian: бокова лінія
- Vietnamese: đường biên
Definition of touchline from the Collins English Dictionary
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