Definition of 'free kick'
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Free kicks Should direct free kicks be allowed, or indirect free kicks only? Times, Sunday Times (2016)We lost that game from a free kick and it was a huge disappointment. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Only one team scored more than one direct free kick. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His first goal was scored direct from a free kick. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Scored with a sublime free kick but must wonder why no one else delivers when he is unable to do so. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We give away one free kick. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He could take free kicks with either foot, placing them on to a sixpence. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A corner or a free kick at either end of the field. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Only two goals were scored direct from free kicks ( one deflected). Times, Sunday Times (2008)Villa have scored five goals from Young free kicks, three in their past four league games. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Sometimes they stop when it was a corner or a free kick and the game is finished, but today they didn't. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'free kick'
British English: free kick /friː kɪk/ NOUN
In a game of football, when there is a free kick, the ball is given to a member of one side to kick because a member of the other side has broken a rule.
- American English: free kick
- Arabic: ضَرْبَةُ جَزَاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: tiro livre
- Chinese: 任意球
- Croatian: slobodan udarac
- Czech: volný kop
- Danish: frispark
- Dutch: vrije trap
- European Spanish: tiro libre
- Finnish: vapaapotku
- French: coup franc
- German: Freistoß
- Greek: ελεύθερο χτύπημα
- Italian: calcio di punizione
- Japanese: フリーキック
- Korean: 프리킥
- Norwegian: frispark
- Polish: rzut wolny
- European Portuguese: pontapé livre
- Romanian: lovitură liberă
- Russian: свободный удар
- Spanish: tiro libre
- Swedish: frispark
- Thai: การเตะลูกโทษ
- Turkish: frikik
- Ukrainian: штрафний удар
- Vietnamese: đá tự do
Definition of free kick from the Collins English Dictionary
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