英 ['fʊtbɔːl] 美 ['fʊtbɔːl]
- n. <英>足球；<美>橄榄球
- [C]足球,橄榄球 large round or oval inflated ball, usually a leather
- [U]足球运动,橄榄球运动 any of several outdoor games between two teams, played with such a ball
any of various games played with a ball (round or oval) in which two teams try to kick or carry or propel the ball into each other's goal
the inflated oblong ball used in playing American football
- Football and hockey players wear shoulder pads.
- The local schools formed a football league.
- He is on the college football team.
- Touch football is a favorite time killer.
- Can you help me into the yard?My football has been kicked into it.
- He bought two footballs.
- The little boy was pleased to have a football on his birthday.
- Important football matches are played at Wembley Stadium.
- He shouldn't be playing football at his time of life.
- Mum told me off for wearing my best shoes for playing football.
- Both boys just live for football.
- He interested me in football.
- He devoted his time to football at the expense of his studies.
- When the gates were opened, crowds of football supporters crushed into the ground.
- It's impossible to crush any more football supporters into the ground; it's already full.
- The football match was attended by thousands of football fans.
- Let's go to the football game and cheer for our favorite team.
- When I was a boy,I cheered for the city's football team and cast my lot with it.
- The football field is enclosed by a wall.
- political football
被踢来踢去的政治皮球 issue that is an object of connection between political parties
Most of the impressive football came from Real Madrid.出自：Listener
- football在英国指“足球”,在美国和澳大利亚指“橄榄球”。美国人称“足球”为soccer,英国人称“橄榄球”为Rugby或Rugby football。