red-card

red card

n.
A red-colored card shown by a referee to a player, especially in soccer, to indicate that the player is being ejected from the game.

red′-card′ v.

red-card


Past participle: red-carded
Gerund: red-carding

Imperative
red-card
red-card
Present
I red-card
you red-card
he/she/it red-cards
we red-card
you red-card
they red-card
Preterite
I red-carded
you red-carded
he/she/it red-carded
we red-carded
you red-carded
they red-carded
Present Continuous
I am red-carding
you are red-carding
he/she/it is red-carding
we are red-carding
you are red-carding
they are red-carding
Present Perfect
I have red-carded
you have red-carded
he/she/it has red-carded
we have red-carded
you have red-carded
they have red-carded
Past Continuous
I was red-carding
you were red-carding
he/she/it was red-carding
we were red-carding
you were red-carding
they were red-carding
Past Perfect
I had red-carded
you had red-carded
he/she/it had red-carded
we had red-carded
you had red-carded
they had red-carded
Future
I will red-card
you will red-card
he/she/it will red-card
we will red-card
you will red-card
they will red-card
Future Perfect
I will have red-carded
you will have red-carded
he/she/it will have red-carded
we will have red-carded
you will have red-carded
they will have red-carded
Future Continuous
I will be red-carding
you will be red-carding
he/she/it will be red-carding
we will be red-carding
you will be red-carding
they will be red-carding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been red-carding
you have been red-carding
he/she/it has been red-carding
we have been red-carding
you have been red-carding
they have been red-carding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been red-carding
you will have been red-carding
he/she/it will have been red-carding
we will have been red-carding
you will have been red-carding
they will have been red-carding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been red-carding
you had been red-carding
he/she/it had been red-carding
we had been red-carding
you had been red-carding
they had been red-carding
Conditional
I would red-card
you would red-card
he/she/it would red-card
we would red-card
you would red-card
they would red-card
Past Conditional
I would have red-carded
you would have red-carded
he/she/it would have red-carded
we would have red-carded
you would have red-carded
they would have red-carded
Translations

red-card

[redˈkɑːd] VT (Sport) → expulsar, mostrar la tarjeta roja a
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