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  • 61Ball — Balls are objects typically used in games. They are usually spherical but can be ovoid. In most games using balls, the play of the game follows the state of the ball as it is hit, kicked or thrown by players. Balls can also be used for simpler… …

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  • 62ball —   1. Sphere. Kinipōpō.   Also: pōpō, pōka a, pōkā.    ♦ Ball of poi or food, pōpō ai.    ♦ Ball for bowling, ulu maika.    ♦ Tapa covered ball (insignia of taboo), pūlo ulo u.    ♦ Ball game, pā ani kinipōpō; kiniholo (rare).    ♦ Cannon ball,… …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 63ball — I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English bal, probably from Old English *beall; akin to Old English bealluc testis, Old High German balla ball, Old Norse bǫllr, Old English blāwan to blow more at blow Date: 13th century 1. a… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 64ball — Synonyms and related words: Kaffeeklatsch, action, agate, assemblee, assembly, assignation, at home, bal, bal costume, bal masque, ball bearing, balloon, bar shot, barn dance, baseball, baseball bat, basketball, bat, battledore, bauble, be… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 65Ball — der Ball, ä e (Grundstufe) eine Kugel, mit der man spielen kann Beispiel: Das Kind wirft den Ball. Kollokation: den Ball ins Tor schießen der Ball, ä e (Grundstufe) große Veranstaltung, auf der man viel tanzt Beispiele: Wir sind auf den Ball… …

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  • 66Ball — Wasserball …

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  • 67ball — 1. noun /bɔːl,bɔl,bɑl/ a) A solid or hollow sphere. ball of wool b) An object, generally spherical, used for playing games. The children were playing ball in the garden. Syn: sphere …

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  • 68-ball — base ball basket ball medicine ball médecine ball punching ball volley ball …

    Dictionnaire des rimes

  • 69ball — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. dance, cotillion; shot, projectile; sphere, globe. See amusement, arms, rotundity. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A spherical body] Syn. globe, spheroid, sphere, balloon, orb, perisphere, globule, globular or …

    English dictionary for students

  • 70ball*/*/*/ — [bɔːl] noun [C] 1) a round object that you use in games and sports, or an object that is shaped like this a tennis/golf ball[/ex] a ball of dough[/ex] 2) the part of your foot, hand, or thumb that is slightly round and sticks out 3) a formal… …

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  • 71Ball — 1Ball »kugelförmiger, meist mit Luft aufgeblasener Gegenstand«: Das Substantiv mhd., ahd. bal »Ball, Kugel«, niederl. bal »Ball« (engl. ball »Ball, Kugel« ist Lehnwort aus frz. balle »Kugel«, das selbst wieder aus dem Afränk. stammt) gehört mit… …

    Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • 72ball — I. vb American 1. to have sex (with). An American term which, apart from a brief vogue in the hippy era, has rarely been used in Britain or Australia. Originally an item of black argot, it gained wider popularity in the early 1960s and, as its… …

    Contemporary slang

  • 73ball — noun 1) a ball of dough Syn: sphere, globe, orb, globule, spherule, spheroid, ovoid 2) a musket ball Syn: bullet, pellet, slug, projectile 3) …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 74ball — 1. n. a wild time at a party; a good time. □ We really had a ball. See ya! □ Your birthday party was a ball! 2. n. a testicle. (Usually plural. Usually objectionable. See also balls.) □ The teacher preferred “testicles” to “balls,” if they had to …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 75ball — мяч to give a ball a cant ударить по мячу to shoot a ball с силой посылать мяч bouncing ball мяч, отскочивший от пола dead ball мяч, который не засчитывается ice hockey with the ball хоккей с мячом …

    English-Russian travelling dictionary

  • 76Ball — This interesting name has a number of possible derivations. Firstly, it may be of early medieval English origin, from a nickname for a short, rounded person, derived from the Middle English bal(le) , ball, a development of the Olde English pre… …

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  • 77Ball — Ball1 Sm Kugel, Spielgerät std. (9. Jh., ein unsicherer Beleg schon 8. Jh.), mhd. bal, ahd. bal Stammwort. Aus g. * ballu m. Ball, Kugel , auch in anord. bo̧llr Kugel und der Ableitung ae. bealluc Hode . Daneben steht ein n Stamm gleicher… …

    Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • 78Ball — 1. die Initiative übertragen ♦ den Ball rüber werfen, wirf mir doch mal den Ball rüber! 2. sich nicht aufspielen; sich mäßigen ♦ den Ball flach halten: Du musst den Ball flach halten, Alter …

    Jugendsprache Lexikon

  • 79ball n — 1)Did you hear the one about the golfer who claimed that the best ball he hit all day happened when he stepped on the rake lying in the sand trap. 2)She was only the athlete s daughter, but she was always ready to play ball. 3)What did Cinderella …

    English expressions

  • 80ball up — verb make a mess of, destroy or ruin I botched the dinner and we had to eat out the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement • Syn: ↑botch, ↑bodge, ↑bumble, ↑fumble, ↑botch up, ↑muff, ↑ …

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