higher level lower level go back to the subject list

own goal

subject: Football
in sport, a point that a player scores by mistake against their own team

score a goal

subject: Football
to win or get a point, goal, etc. in a competitive activity, such as a sport or game, or in an examination

crossbar

subject: Football
a horizontal bar, either the part that forms the top of a goal, or the part of a bicycle between the seat and the handlebars

nil

subject: Football
the number 0, especially as the score in some games

penalty

subject: Football
an advantage given in some sports to a team or player when the opposing team or player breaks a rule

draw

subject: Football
to finish a game without either team winning

offside

subject: Football
in particular sports, especially football and hockey) in a position which is not allowed by the rules of the game, often in front of the ball

goalkeeper

subject: Football
the player who stands in the team's goal to try to stop the other team from scoring

goalpost

subject: Football
in some sports, one of the two vertical posts, often painted white, which are connected with a crossbar to form a goal

own goal

subject: Football
in sport, a point that a player scores by mistake against their own team

score a goal

subject: Football
to win or get a point, goal, etc. in a competitive activity, such as a sport or game, or in an examination

crossbar

subject: Football
a horizontal bar, either the part that forms the top of a goal, or the part of a bicycle between the seat and the handlebars

nil

subject: Football
the number 0, especially as the score in some games

penalty

subject: Football
an advantage given in some sports to a team or player when the opposing team or player breaks a rule

draw

subject: Football
to finish a game without either team winning

offside

subject: Football
in particular sports, especially football and hockey) in a position which is not allowed by the rules of the game, often in front of the ball

goalkeeper

subject: Football
the player who stands in the team's goal to try to stop the other team from scoring

goalpost

subject: Football
in some sports, one of the two vertical posts, often painted white, which are connected with a crossbar to form a goal
go back to the most recent 'word of a day'