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football
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
football /'futbɔ:l/
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Concise Dictionary
footballsnoun
+any of various games played with a ball (round or oval) in which two teams try to kick or carry or propel the ball into each other's goal
+the inflated oblong ball used in playing American football

Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [U] (also formal Association Football) (both BrE) (also soccer AmE, BrE) (also BrE informal footy, footie) [U] a game played by two teams of 11 players, using a round ball which players kick up and down the playing field (= the PITCH). Teams try to kick the ball into the other team's goal: to play football + a football match / team / stadium
2 [U] (AmE) = AMERICAN FOOTBALL
3 [C] a large round or OVAL ball made of leather or plastic and filled with air
4 [C] (always used with an adjective) an issue or problem that frequently causes argument and disagreement: Health care should not become a political football.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

adventurous, attractive, classy, creative, entertaining, exciting, fine, fluent, good, great, neat | one-touch
The Dutch team impressed the fans with their classy one-touch football.
| amateur, professional | junior | first-team | club, league | international, world | domestic | five-a-side | indoor | live | American, Aussie rules/Australian rules, Gaelic

QUANT.

game

VERB + FOOTBALL

play | watch | follow
Young Italians follow football like we follow the royal family.

FOOTBALL + NOUN

club, league | squad, team | hero, player, star | field, ground, pitch, stadium | terraces
The government is trying to tackle violence on the football terraces.
| boots, kit, shirt, shorts, strip | agent, management, manager | authorities
The police say the players' behaviour is a matter for the football authorities.
| enthusiast, fan, follower, supporter | crowd | programme | championship, game, match, tournament | training | career | hooliganism, riot, violence | hooligan | chant
Obscene football chants stop people taking their children to matches.
| commentator, writer | action, coverage
Join Radio 5 for all the top football action.
| world
The football world was rocked by the scandal.
| culture
The World Cup is fascinating for its clash of football cultures. > Special page at SPORT



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