hockey

hockey
'hoki
noun
(a game for two teams of eleven players, played with clubs which are bent at one end (hockey-sticks) and a ball, or in ice hockey, a round flat disc called a puck.) hockey
hockey n hockey

hockey /'(x)oki/ sustantivo masculino hockey;
hockey sobre hielo ice hockey
'hockey' also found in these entries: Spanish: chueca - palo English: disappoint - hockey - ice hockey - professional - puck - cage - eleven - field - ice - mask - stick
hockey
tr['hɒkɪ]
noun
1 SMALLSPORT/SMALL hockey nombre masculino
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
roller skate hockey hockey nombre masculino sobre patines
hockey ['hɑki] n
: hockey m
hockey
n.
jockey (Deporte) s.m.
'hɑːki, 'hɒki
noun
a) (ice hockey) (AmE) hockey m sobre hielo
b) (played on grass) (BrE) hockey m (sobre hierba)
['hɒkɪ]
1.
N hockey m ; (also: field hockey) hockey m sobre hierba; (also: ice hockey) hockey m sobre hielo
2.
CPD

hockey player N — jugador(a) m / f de hockey

hockey stick N — palo m de hockey

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['hɑːki, 'hɒki]
noun
a) (ice hockey) (AmE) hockey m sobre hielo
b) (played on grass) (BrE) hockey m (sobre hierba)

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