red card

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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

n
(General Sporting Terms) a card of a red colour displayed by a referee to indicate that a player has been sent off
vb
(General Sporting Terms) (tr) to send off (a player)

red′ card`


n.
Soccer. a red card shown by the referee to a player being sent off the field for a flagrant violation. Compare yellow card.

red card

Displayed by the referee to a player for violent conduct or for a serious foul after having already been cautioned by a yellow card; the player is then sent off the field and no substitute allowed.
Translations
červená karta
punainen kortti
piros lap
rode kaart
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