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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

射手

see styles
Mandarin shè shǒu / she4 shou3
Taiwan she shou
Japanese ite;shashu / いて;しゃしゅ
Chinese archer; shooter; marksman; (football etc) striker
Japanese archer; shooter; bowman; (surname) Ide; (surname) Ite

比利

see styles
Mandarin bǐ lì / bi3 li4
Taiwan pi li
Chinese Pelé (1940-), Edson Arantes Do Nascimento, Brazilian football star

足球

see styles
Mandarin zú qiú / zu2 qiu2
Taiwan tsu ch`iu / tsu chiu
Chinese soccer ball; a football; CL:個|个[ge4]; soccer; football

蹴球

see styles
Japanese shuukyuu / shukyu / しゅうきゅう
Japanese football (incl. soccer, rugby, American football, etc.; esp. used for soccer)

アメフト

see styles
Japanese amefuto / アメフト
Japanese (abbreviation) American football

美式橄欖球

see styles
Mandarin měi shì gǎn lǎn qiú / mei3 shi4 gan3 lan3 qiu2
Taiwan mei shih kan lan ch`iu / mei shih kan lan chiu
Chinese American football

フットボール

see styles
Japanese futtobooru / フットボール
Japanese (See サッカーボール) football (incl. soccer, rugby, American football, etc.; esp. used for soccer)

アメリカンフットボール

see styles
Japanese amerikanfuttobooru / アメリカンフットボール
Japanese American football

蹴鞠

see styles
Mandarin cù jū / cu4 ju1
Taiwan ts`u chü / tsu chü
Japanese kemari;shuukiku / kemari;shukiku / けまり;しゅうきく
Chinese cuju, ancient Chinese football (soccer)
Japanese kemari; type of football played by courtiers in ancient Japan

see styles
Mandarin qiú / qiu2
Taiwan ch`iu / chiu
Japanese mari / まり
Chinese ball
Japanese (1) ball (for sport, games, etc.); (2) kemari; type of football played by courtiers in ancient Japan; (bot) (kana only) cone (e.g. pine, hemlock); (bot) (kana only) burr (e.g. chestnut); bur; cupule; case; (female given name) Mari

see styles
Mandarin dǎn / dan3
Taiwan tan
Japanese sen / せん
Chinese gall bladder; courage; guts; gall; inner container (e.g. bladder of a football, inner container of a thermos)
Japanese (given name) Sen

see styles
Mandarin/ ju1
Taiwan chü
Japanese mari / まり    kutsuku / くつく    kiku / きく
Chinese to bring up; to rear; Taiwan pr. [ju2]; surname Ju
Japanese (1) ball (for sport, games, etc.); (2) kemari; type of football played by courtiers in ancient Japan; (surname, female given name) Mari; (surname) Kutsuku; (female given name) Kiku
To nourish, exhaust, address; a ball; translit. ku, gu.

see styles
Japanese jee / ジェー Japanese (1) J; j; (2) (abbreviation) (colloquialism) Japan Professional Football League

see styles
Japanese jee / ジェー Japanese (1) J; j; (2) (abbreviation) (colloquialism) Japan Professional Football League

中衛


中卫

see styles
Mandarin zhōng wèi / zhong1 wei4
Taiwan chung wei
Japanese chuuei / chue / ちゅうえい
Chinese Zhongwei prefecture level city in Ningxia
Japanese middle guard; halfback (e.g. football); center forward (e.g. volleyball); centre forward; (surname) Nakaei; (given name) Nakae

中鋒


中锋

see styles
Mandarin zhōng fēng / zhong1 feng1
Taiwan chung feng
Chinese midfielder; center (basketball); center forward (hockey, football)

倒鉤


倒钩

see styles
Mandarin dào gōu / dao4 gou1
Taiwan tao kou
Chinese barb; bicycle kick, or overhead kick (football)

傳給


传给

see styles
Mandarin chuán gei / chuan2 gei5
Taiwan ch`uan kei / chuan kei
Chinese to pass on (to sb); to send; to pass (e.g. in football); to give directly (by hand); to deliver; to hand over; to transfer; to relay; to transmit; to hand on (to the next generation)

大の

see styles
Japanese daino / だいの Japanese (pre-noun adjective) (1) large; big; (2) grown (man, etc.); (3) great (friend, etc.); huge (football fan, etc.); (surname) Oono

徹西


彻西

see styles
Mandarin chè xī / che4 xi1
Taiwan ch`e hsi / che hsi
Chinese Chelsea, suburb of London; Chelsea football club

曼城

see styles
Mandarin màn chéng / man4 cheng2
Taiwan man ch`eng / man cheng
Chinese Manchester, England; Manchester City football club

曼聯

see styles
Mandarin màn lián / man4 lian2
Taiwan man lien
Chinese Manchester United Football Club

球季

see styles
Mandarin qiú jì / qiu2 ji4
Taiwan ch`iu chi / chiu chi
Japanese tamaki / たまき
Chinese season (of baseball, football etc)
Japanese (female given name) Tamaki

球會

see styles
Mandarin qiú huì / qiu2 hui4
Taiwan ch`iu hui / chiu hui
Chinese ballsports club (e.g. golf, football etc)

球隊

see styles
Mandarin qiú duì / qiu2 dui4
Taiwan ch`iu tui / chiu tui
Chinese sports team (basketball, soccer, football etc)

看球

see styles
Mandarin kàn qiú / kan4 qiu2
Taiwan k`an ch`iu / kan chiu
Chinese to watch a football game (or other ball game); Fore! (golf); Watch out for the ball!

破門


破门

see styles
Mandarin pò mén / po4 men2
Taiwan p`o men / po men
Japanese hamon / はもん
Chinese to burst or force open a door; to excommunicate sb (from the Roman Catholic Church); to score a goal (in football, hockey etc)
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) excommunication; anathema
To break a door, leave a sect; expulsion from a sect

鎧球

see styles
Japanese gaikyuu / gaikyu / がいきゅう Japanese American football

ピッチ

see styles
Japanese picchi / ピッチ Japanese (1) pitch (i.e. pace, speed, angle, space, field, sound, etc.); (2) pitch (from distilling petroleum, tar, etc.); (3) pitch (football, rugby); playing field; (4) (colloquialism) (abbreviation) (See PHS) PHS portable phone; (personal name) Pic

亞足聯


亚足联

see styles
Mandarin yà zú lián / ya4 zu2 lian2
Taiwan ya tsu lien
Chinese Asian Football Confederation; abbr. for 亞洲足球聯合會|亚洲足球联合会[Ya4 zhou1 Zu2 qiu2 Lian2 he2 hui4]

四分衛


四分卫

see styles
Mandarin sì fēn wèi / si4 fen1 wei4
Taiwan ssu fen wei
Chinese quarterback (QB) (American football)

攻擊線


攻击线

see styles
Mandarin gōng jī xiàn / gong1 ji1 xian4
Taiwan kung chi hsien
Chinese the front line; the attack (e.g. football forwards)

曼城隊

see styles
Mandarin màn chéng duì / man4 cheng2 dui4
Taiwan man ch`eng tui / man cheng tui
Chinese Manchester City football team

曼聯隊

see styles
Mandarin màn lián duì / man4 lian2 dui4
Taiwan man lien tui
Chinese Manchester United football team

橄欖球

see styles
Mandarin gǎn lǎn qiú / gan3 lan3 qiu2
Taiwan kan lan ch`iu / kan lan chiu
Chinese football played with oval-shaped ball (rugby, American football, Australian rules etc)

法耶德

see styles
Mandarin fǎ yē dé / fa3 ye1 de2
Taiwan fa yeh te
Chinese Fayed (name); Mohamed Abdel Moneim Fayed (1933-), controversial Egyptian-born businessman and philanthropist, owner of Harrods (London) and Fulham football club

烏龍球

see styles
Mandarin wū lóng qiú / wu1 long2 qiu2
Taiwan wu lung ch`iu / wu lung chiu
Chinese own goal (football); a goal in a sports match where the player accidentally puts the ball into his own goal

爭球線

see styles
Mandarin zhēng qiú xiàn / zheng1 qiu2 xian4
Taiwan cheng ch`iu hsien / cheng chiu hsien
Chinese scrimmage line (American football)

玉蹴り

see styles
Japanese tamakeri / たまけり Japanese (1) (joc) (slang) football (soccer); (2) (vulgar) (slang) kick to the groin; kneeing in the testicles

紅魔鬼

see styles
Mandarin hóng mó guǐ / hong2 mo2 gui3
Taiwan hung mo kuei
Chinese Red Devils, nickname of Manchester United Football Club

綠茵場

see styles
Mandarin lǜ yīn chǎng / lu:4 yin1 chang3
Taiwan lü yin ch`ang / lü yin chang
Chinese football field

肇俊哲

see styles
Mandarin zhào jun zhé / zhao4 jun4 zhe2
Taiwan chao chün che
Chinese Zhao Junzhe (1979-), Chinese football player

腰あて

see styles
Japanese koshiate / こしあて Japanese (1) bustle; crinolette; patch lining the seat (kimono); (2) (sports) hip pad (football); (3) loin guard (armor); tasse

腰当て

see styles
Japanese koshiate / こしあて Japanese (1) bustle; crinolette; patch lining the seat (kimono); (2) (sports) hip pad (football); (3) loin guard (armor); tasse

超級杯

see styles
Mandarin chāo jí bēi / chao1 ji2 bei1
Taiwan ch`ao chi pei / chao chi pei
Chinese Super cup (various sports); Super Bowl (American football championship game)

超級盃

see styles
Mandarin chāo jí bēi / chao1 ji2 bei1
Taiwan ch`ao chi pei / chao chi pei
Chinese Super cup (various sports); Super Bowl (American football championship game)

超級碗

see styles
Mandarin chāo jí wǎn / chao1 ji2 wan3
Taiwan ch`ao chi wan / chao chi wan
Chinese Super Bowl (American football championship game)

足球場

see styles
Mandarin zú qiú chǎng / zu2 qiu2 chang3
Taiwan tsu ch`iu ch`ang / tsu chiu chang
Chinese football field; soccer field

足球迷

see styles
Mandarin zú qiú mí / zu2 qiu2 mi2
Taiwan tsu ch`iu mi / tsu chiu mi
Chinese football fan

阿森納

see styles
Mandarin ā sēn nà / a1 sen1 na4
Taiwan a sen na
Chinese Arsenal Football Club

J;j

see styles
Japanese jee / ジェー Japanese (1) J; j; (2) (abbreviation) (colloquialism) Japan Professional Football League

ア式蹴球

see styles
Japanese ashikishuukyuu / ashikishukyu / アしきしゅうきゅう Japanese (See アソシエーションフットボール) association football; soccer

キッカー

see styles
Japanese kikkaa / kikka / キッカー Japanese kicker (soccer, football, rugby, etc.)

パス成功

see styles
Japanese pasuseikou / pasuseko / パスせいこう Japanese pass completion (percentage) (US football)

ボランチ

see styles
Japanese boranchi / ボランチ Japanese defensive midfielder (soccer, football) (por: volante)

國際米蘭


国际米兰

see styles
Mandarin guó jì mǐ lán / guo2 ji4 mi3 lan2
Taiwan kuo chi mi lan
Chinese FC Internazionale Milano (football club); abbr. for 國際米蘭足球俱樂部|国际米兰足球俱乐部[Guo2 ji4 Mi3 lan2 Zu2 qiu2 Ju4 le4 bu4]

國際足聯


国际足联

see styles
Mandarin guó jì zú lián / guo2 ji4 zu2 lian2
Taiwan kuo chi tsu lien
Chinese abbr. for 國際足球聯合會|国际足球联合会, FIFA, international federation of football associations

尤文圖斯


尤文图斯

see styles
Mandarin yóu wén tú sī / you2 wen2 tu2 si1
Taiwan yu wen t`u ssu / yu wen tu ssu
Chinese Juventus, Italian football team

左右開弓


左右开弓

see styles
Mandarin zuǒ yòu kāi gōng / zuo3 you4 kai1 gong1
Taiwan tso yu k`ai kung / tso yu kai kung
Chinese lit. to shoot from both sides (idiom); fig. to display ambidexterity; to slap with one hand and then the other, in quick succession; to use both feet equally (football)

提灯鮟鱇

see styles
Japanese chouchinankou;chouchinankou / chochinanko;chochinanko / ちょうちんあんこう;チョウチンアンコウ Japanese (kana only) football fish (any fish of family Himantolophidae, esp. the Atlantic footballfish, Himantolophus groenlandicus)

美式足球

see styles
Mandarin měi shì zú qiú / mei3 shi4 zu2 qiu2
Taiwan mei shih tsu ch`iu / mei shih tsu chiu
Chinese American football

アメフット

see styles
Japanese amefutto / アメフット Japanese (abbreviation) American football

エンドラン

see styles
Japanese endoran / エンドラン Japanese (1) (baseb) hit-and-run play; (2) (sports) end run (American football)

サッカー籤

see styles
Japanese sakkaakuji / sakkakuji / サッカーくじ Japanese (kana only) football pool; soccer lottery

スローイン

see styles
Japanese surooin / スローイン Japanese throw-in (football, etc.)

フットサル

see styles
Japanese futtosaru / フットサル Japanese futsal (spa:); indoor 5-man football

レギュラー

see styles
Japanese regyuraa / regyura / レギュラー Japanese (adjectival noun) (1) regular; (2) (See レギュラーメンバー) regular member (e.g. of football team, etc.); (3) (See 無鉛レギュラー) regular (petrol, gasoline)

國際米蘭隊


国际米兰队

see styles
Mandarin guó jì mǐ lán duì / guo2 ji4 mi3 lan2 dui4
Taiwan kuo chi mi lan tui
Chinese FC Internazionale Milano (football club); abbr. for 國際米蘭足球俱樂部|国际米兰足球俱乐部[Guo2 ji4 Mi3 lan2 Zu2 qiu2 Ju4 le4 bu4]

澳式橄欖球

see styles
Mandarin ào shì gǎn lǎn qiú / ao4 shi4 gan3 lan3 qiu2
Taiwan ao shih kan lan ch`iu / ao shih kan lan chiu
Chinese Australian rules football; Aussie rules

エンド・ラン

see styles
Japanese endo ran / エンド・ラン Japanese (1) (baseb) hit-and-run play; (2) (sports) end run (American football)

スクリメージ

see styles
Japanese sukurimeeji / スクリメージ Japanese scrimmage (football)

セルティック

see styles
Japanese serutikku / セルティック Japanese (can act as adjective) Celtic (esp. football club)

トトカルチョ

see styles
Japanese totokarucho / トトカルチョ Japanese football pool (ita: totocalcio)

ビッグプレイ

see styles
Japanese biggupurei / biggupure / ビッグプレイ Japanese big play (US football)

リフティング

see styles
Japanese rifutingu / リフティング Japanese (1) football juggling (wasei: lifting); soccer ball juggling; keepie uppie; keepie-ups; kick-ups; (2) {sports} lifting (rugby)

香港足球總會

see styles
Mandarin xiāng gǎng zú qiú zǒng huì / xiang1 gang3 zu2 qiu2 zong3 hui4
Taiwan hsiang kang tsu ch`iu tsung hui / hsiang kang tsu chiu tsung hui
Chinese Hong Kong Football Association

サッカーボール

see styles
Japanese sakkaabooru / sakkabooru / サッカーボール Japanese soccer ball; football (as used in soccer)

ノールックパス

see styles
Japanese noorukkupasu / ノールックパス Japanese (exp,vs) passing (e.g. in football) without looking (wasei: no look pass)

ビッグ・プレイ

see styles
Japanese biggu purei / biggu pure / ビッグ・プレイ Japanese big play (US football)

フットボーラー

see styles
Japanese futtobooraa / futtoboora / フットボーラー Japanese footballer; football player

フットボール場

see styles
Japanese futtoboorujou / futtoboorujo / フットボールじょう Japanese (usu. American football, sometimes soccer) football field

ボレーシュート

see styles
Japanese boreeshuuto / boreeshuto / ボレーシュート Japanese (noun/participle) kicking a ball in mid-air (soccer, football) (wasei: volley shoot)

亞洲足球聯合會


亚洲足球联合会

see styles
Mandarin yà zhōu zú qiú lián hé huì / ya4 zhou1 zu2 qiu2 lian2 he2 hui4
Taiwan ya chou tsu ch`iu lien ho hui / ya chou tsu chiu lien ho hui
Chinese Asian Football Confederation

國際足球聯合會


国际足球联合会

see styles
Mandarin guó jì zú qiú lián hé huì / guo2 ji4 zu2 qiu2 lian2 he2 hui4
Taiwan kuo chi tsu ch`iu lien ho hui / kuo chi tsu chiu lien ho hui
Chinese FIFA; International Federation of Association Football

腰あて;腰当て

see styles
Japanese koshiate / こしあて Japanese (1) bustle; crinolette; patch lining the seat (kimono); (2) {sports} hip pad (football); (3) loin guard (armor); tasse

サッカー・ボール

see styles
Japanese sakkaa booru / sakka booru / サッカー・ボール Japanese soccer ball; football (as used in soccer)

ボレー・シュート

see styles
Japanese boree shuuto / boree shuto / ボレー・シュート Japanese (noun/participle) kicking a ball in mid-air (soccer, football) (wasei: volley shoot)

タッチフットボール

see styles
Japanese tacchifuttobooru / タッチフットボール Japanese touch football

チョウチンアンコウ

see styles
Japanese chouchinankou / chochinanko / チョウチンアンコウ Japanese (kana only) football fish (any fish of family Himantolophidae, esp. the Atlantic footballfish, Himantolophus groenlandicus)

ノー・ルック・パス

see styles
Japanese noo rukku pasu / ノー・ルック・パス Japanese (exp,vs) passing (e.g. in football) without looking (wasei: no look pass)

國際米蘭足球俱樂部


国际米兰足球俱乐部

see styles
Mandarin guó jì mǐ lán zú qiú jù lè bù / guo2 ji4 mi3 lan2 zu2 qiu2 ju4 le4 bu4
Taiwan kuo chi mi lan tsu ch`iu chü le pu / kuo chi mi lan tsu chiu chü le pu
Chinese FC Internazionale Milano (football club)

弗洛倫蒂諾·佩雷斯


弗洛伦蒂诺·佩雷斯

see styles
Mandarin fú luò lún dì nuò · pèi léi sī / fu2 luo4 lun2 di4 nuo4 · pei4 lei2 si1
Taiwan fu lo lun ti no · p`ei lei ssu / fu lo lun ti no · pei lei ssu
Chinese Florentino Pérez (1947-), Spanish businessman and president of Real Madrid football club

鞠;毬;球(iK)

see styles
Japanese mari / まり Japanese (1) ball (for sport, games, etc.); (2) (鞠, 毬 only) (See 蹴鞠) kemari; type of football played by courtiers in ancient Japan

タッチ・フットボール

see styles
Japanese tacchi futtobooru / タッチ・フットボール Japanese touch football

フラッグフットボール

see styles
Japanese furaggufuttobooru / フラッグフットボール Japanese flag football

フラッグ・フットボール

see styles
Japanese furaggu futtobooru / フラッグ・フットボール Japanese flag football

アメリカン・フットボール

see styles
Japanese amerikan futtobooru / アメリカン・フットボール Japanese American football

エンドラン;エンド・ラン

see styles
Japanese endoran;endo ran / エンドラン;エンド・ラン Japanese (1) {baseb} (See ヒットエンドラン) hit-and-run play; (2) {sports} end run (American football)

カナディアンフットボール

see styles
Japanese kanadianfuttobooru / カナディアンフットボール Japanese Canadian football

アメフト(P);アメフット

see styles
Japanese amefuto(p);amefutto / アメフト(P);アメフット Japanese (abbreviation) (See アメリカンフットボール) American football

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