footballing


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footballing

(ˈfʊtˌbɔːlɪŋ)
adj
(Soccer) Brit of or relating to playing football
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footballing

[ˈfʊtbɔːlɪŋ] ADJ [career, skills] → futbolístico
footballing countriespaíses mpl en los que se juega al fútbol
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footballing

[ˈfʊtbɔːlɪŋ] (British) adj [side] → de football; [nation] → de football; [skills] → de footballeur; [life, career] → de footballeurfootball league nchampionnat m de footballfootball match n (British)match m de footballfootball pitch n (British)terrain m de footballfootball player n
(British)joueur/euse m/f de football
He's a famous football player → C'est un joueur de football célèbre.
(US)joueur m de football américainfootball pools npl (US)loto m sportif, pronostics mpl (sur les matchs de football)football supporter n (British)passionné(e) m de football
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footballing

adjFußball-; footballing careerFußballkarriere f; footballing countriesFußball spielende Länder pl; his footballing achievementsseine fußballerischen Leistungen
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Watching live football games in such stadia as Camp Nou in Barcelona or the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid can also increase the enthusiasm of our young football players to improve their footballing skills.