bully off


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Verb1.bully off - start a game by a face-offbully off - start a game by a face-off    
play - participate in games or sport; "We played hockey all afternoon"; "play cards"; "Pele played for the Brazilian teams in many important matches"
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Translations

w>bully off

vi (Hockey) → das Bully machen
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p pyg Sarah said: "Two mothers had to drag the bully off my son and I had to take him to Temple Street [hospital].
The teams are pictured before bully off in March 1991 | Durham Ladies from December 1980.
They cheerily made the point that while Jose Mourinho is known for his reputation as a bully off the pitch, Basel manager Murat Yakin showed the upmost class on it, with his side 'full of passion, full of discipline and tactical maturity'.