Definition of 'volleyball'
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Example sentences containing 'volleyball'
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In the pool he would organise games of volleyball between England players and hotel guests. The Sun (2016)You can soak up the rays and watch the locals play volleyball. The Sun (2013)That dream takes the unexpected shape of sitting volleyball. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It boasts a horse stable with guest accommodation and also has volleyball and tennis courts. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Rugby is now more popular than football or volleyball. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The best thing we could do was to go out and play volleyball. Times, Sunday Times (2008)One of the sports was sitting volleyball. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And fast games like table tennis or volleyball help you relax. The Sun (2014)Sitting volleyball is played across a lower net than the regular game. The Sun (2012)He will compete in the sitting volleyball. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They are bringing the average up by selling larger portions for less popular sports such as volleyball and football. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Those who were unsuccessful will be given priority during a second ballot this summer for sports including volleyball and basketball. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Others wondered why the volleyball team could not have simply taken reliable meat with them as they toured the country. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Basketball and volleyball players suffer most. The Sun (2008)There are fencing lessons, football matches and volleyball games. Times, Sunday Times (2012)One morning, we found lion tracks under the volleyball net. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Afterwards it's back to the beach for a game of volleyball. The Sun (2012)Britain has not had an Olympic sitting volleyball team before. The Sun (2012)You don't see it in basketball or volleyball or rugby. Times, Sunday Times (2006)When they meet again, it's to play cards or chess or tennis or volleyball. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'volleyball'
British English: volleyball /ˈvɒlɪˌbɔːl/ NOUN
Volleyball is a sport in which two teams use their hands to hit a large ball over a high net.
- American English: volleyball
- Arabic: الكُرَةُ الطَّائِرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: voleibol
- Chinese: 排球
- Croatian: odbojka
- Czech: volejbal
- Danish: volleyball
- Dutch: volleybal
- European Spanish: vóleibol
- Finnish: lentopallo
- French: volley
- German: Volleyball
- Greek: βόλεϊ
- Italian: pallavolo
- Japanese: バレーボール
- Korean: 배구
- Norwegian: volleyball
- Polish: siatkówka
- European Portuguese: voleibol
- Romanian: volei
- Russian: волейбол
- Spanish: vóleibol
- Swedish: volleyboll
- Thai: กีฬาวอลเลย์บอล
- Turkish: voleybol
- Ukrainian: волейбол
- Vietnamese: bóng chuyền
Definition of volleyball from the Collins English Dictionary
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