English translation of 'Abseits'
neuter nounWord forms: Abseits genitive , Abseits plural
im Abseits stehen to be offside
ein Leben im Abseits führen (figurative)
im Abseits leben (figurative) to live in the shadows
ins politische Abseits geraten to end up on the political scrapheap
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'Abseits' in Other Languages
British English: offside /ˈɒfˈsaɪd/ ADJECTIVE
In games such as football or hockey, when an attacking player is offside, they have broken the rules by being nearer to the goal than a defending player when the ball is passed to them.
The goal was disallowed because the player was offside.
- American English: offside
- Arabic: خَارِجُ النُطَاقِ الـمُحَدَدِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: impedido
- Chinese: 越位的
- Croatian: ofsajd
- Czech: ofsajd
- Danish: offside
- Dutch: buitenspel
- European Spanish: en fuera de juego
- Finnish: paitsiossa
- French: hors jeu
- German: abseits
- Greek: δεξιός
- Italian: destro
- Japanese: オフサイドの
- Korean: 오프사이드의
- Norwegian: offside
- Polish: spalony
- European Portuguese: fora de jogo
- Romanian: ofsaid
- Russian: оффсайд
- Spanish: en fuera de juego
- Swedish: offside
- Thai: ที่อยู่ในตำแหน่งล้ำหน้า
- Turkish: ofsayt
- Ukrainian: положення поза грою
- Vietnamese: việt vị
Translation of Abseits from the Collins German to English Dictionary
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