footie


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footie

(ˈfʊtɪ)
n
(Soccer) a variant spelling of footy
Translations

footie

footy [ˈfuti] (British)
nfoot m
modif [season, fan, player] → de foot

footie

n (Brit inf) → Fußball m
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