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face-off definition

  • noun:
    • an approach of starting play in ice hockey, lacrosse, along with other games which an official falls the puck or baseball between two opposing players whom contend because of its control.
    • A confrontation: "Marshall's face-off with Jefferson in Marbury v. Madison in 1803” ( Newsweek).
    • A confrontation or argument between a couple or teams
    • The start of play, whenever two players you will need to get control of the puck dropped by the referee
    • a hostile disagreement face-to-face
    • (ice hockey) the technique of beginning play; a referee drops the puck between two opposing people
    • a technique of starting play in ice hockey, lacrosse, as well as other games for which the state drops the puck or basketball between two opposing people whom contend for its control.
    • A confrontation: "Marshall's face-off with Jefferson in Marbury v. Madison in 1803” ( Newsweek).
    • A confrontation or debate between a couple or groups
    • the beginning of play, whenever two people try to get control of the puck dropped because of the referee
    • a hostile disagreement face-to-face
    • (ice hockey) the technique of starting play; a referee falls the puck between two opposing players
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