miskick

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miskick

(ˌmɪsˈkɪk)
vb (tr)
(General Sporting Terms) to kick (a ball) inaccurately, so that it does not reach its target
n
(General Sporting Terms) the act or an instance of miskicking a ball

miskick


Past participle: miskicked
Gerund: miskicking

Imperative
miskick
miskick
Present
I miskick
you miskick
he/she/it miskicks
we miskick
you miskick
they miskick
Preterite
I miskicked
you miskicked
he/she/it miskicked
we miskicked
you miskicked
they miskicked
Present Continuous
I am miskicking
you are miskicking
he/she/it is miskicking
we are miskicking
you are miskicking
they are miskicking
Present Perfect
I have miskicked
you have miskicked
he/she/it has miskicked
we have miskicked
you have miskicked
they have miskicked
Past Continuous
I was miskicking
you were miskicking
he/she/it was miskicking
we were miskicking
you were miskicking
they were miskicking
Past Perfect
I had miskicked
you had miskicked
he/she/it had miskicked
we had miskicked
you had miskicked
they had miskicked
Future
I will miskick
you will miskick
he/she/it will miskick
we will miskick
you will miskick
they will miskick
Future Perfect
I will have miskicked
you will have miskicked
he/she/it will have miskicked
we will have miskicked
you will have miskicked
they will have miskicked
Future Continuous
I will be miskicking
you will be miskicking
he/she/it will be miskicking
we will be miskicking
you will be miskicking
they will be miskicking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been miskicking
you have been miskicking
he/she/it has been miskicking
we have been miskicking
you have been miskicking
they have been miskicking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been miskicking
you will have been miskicking
he/she/it will have been miskicking
we will have been miskicking
you will have been miskicking
they will have been miskicking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been miskicking
you had been miskicking
he/she/it had been miskicking
we had been miskicking
you had been miskicking
they had been miskicking
Conditional
I would miskick
you would miskick
he/she/it would miskick
we would miskick
you would miskick
they would miskick
Past Conditional
I would have miskicked
you would have miskicked
he/she/it would have miskicked
we would have miskicked
you would have miskicked
they would have miskicked
Translations

miskick

vt to miskick the ballden Ball nicht richtig treffen
nFehlschuss m
References in periodicals archive ?
ANDY CARROLL'S latest injury was caused by miskicking the ball as he went to shoot.
Knitters' goalkeeper Robert Peet gifted Hughes the home side's fifth, miskicking his goal kick straight into the striker's path.
Perhaps the Latics are in the vanguard of some new minimalist form of football in which scoring goals is derided as populist and vulgar while the act of fluffing a free header from six yards out or miskicking in front of an open goal is hailed as the zenith of truth and beauty.
Scharner's header kept Scharwzer busy before Duff passed up a chance to put the visitors ahead, miskicking from six yards out and Dempsey blazing over with the loose ball.
Look at Paul Robinson miskicking the ball for England against Croatia or the stick David James has had.
Hull might have shaded it in injury-time with Okocha hitting the side netting and Folan miskicking from the African's cross.
With Chelsea misfiring, Shevchenko miskicking and Hilario mistaken for a goalie, misguided Blues bigwigs are said to be asking each other "Do you know the way to can Jose?
The young goalkeeper, signed from Manchester United last week, was at fault for the opening goal, miskicking into the path of Forest striker Neil Harris, who capitalised on the gift.
A hopeful ball into the area led to a general mix-up; a Ton Pentre forward muffed the chance by miskicking - but the ball fell to Mike Jones, who scored.
Southport failed to convert a host of first half chances and paid the penalty when Craig Farrell cashed in on Krief's error seconds after the interval, the midfielder miskicking his attempted clearance.
Owen had earlier snatched at a couple of first-half chances, volleying wide from inside the penalty area and then miskicking on the edge of the six-yard box.
Forest had another escape with Bruce Dyer miskicking from eight yards and David Johnson should then have made the game safe for the home side, beating Barnsley's offside trap but not their keeper Kevin Miller.