league table


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league table

n
1. a tabulated comparison of clubs or teams competing in a sporting league
2. (Statistics) a set of statistics used to compare the performance of a number of individuals, groups, or institutions: a league table of examination results.
Translations

league table

n (Ftbl) → classifica del campionato
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Mr Dunn also explained the difficulty in improving the University's league table performance.
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STOCKTON Council has come top in a league table of North East local authorities for cutting emissions and saving energy.
IT was only when you looked at the league table afterwards that you realised just how important that Fulham win was.
POLICE officers ran a football-style league table and gave each other points for making arrests.
We should not have to have a league table to try and choose a school.
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