Super Bowl


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Super Bowl

n.
A football game played each year to determine the championship of the National Football League.
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Super Bowl

n
(American Football) American football the main championship game of the sport, held annually in January between the champions of the American Football Conference and the National Football Conference
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Su′per Bowl`


n.
the annual championship football game between the best team of the National Football Conference and that of the American Football Conference.
[1966]
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Super Bowl

Game played each season for the National Football League title.
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Translations

Super Bowl

n (American football) → super bowl m inv
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