goal-kick definition

  • noun:
    • (organization soccer) a kick because of the defending side after the assaulting part directs the ball within the goal-line
    • (organization soccer) a kick by the defending part following the assaulting side delivers the baseball throughout the goal-line
    • (rugby) an endeavor to kick a goal
    • (rugby) an effort to kick an objective
    • (relationship football) a kick because of the defending side following the assaulting side delivers the ball within the goal-line
    • (rugby) an effort to kick a target
    • (association soccer) a kick by the protecting side following the attacking part sends the basketball across goal-line
    • (organization soccer) a kick because of the defending side after the attacking side delivers the basketball within the goal-line
    • (association baseball) a kick by the defending part after the attacking part delivers the basketball on the goal-line
    • (rugby) an effort to kick an objective
    • (association baseball) a kick because of the defending side following the attacking part sends the basketball over the goal-line
    • (organization football) a kick because of the protecting part following the assaulting part directs the ball within the goal-line
    • (rugby) an endeavor to kick a goal
    • (rugby) an effort to kick a goal
    • (rugby) an endeavor to kick a goal
    • (organization soccer) a kick by the protecting part after the assaulting part sends the basketball across goal-line
    • (organization football) a kick by the defending side after the attacking part delivers the basketball throughout the goal-line
    • (rugby) an attempt to kick a target
    • (rugby) an attempt to kick an objective
    • (association soccer) a kick by the defending part after the attacking side sends the basketball within the goal-line
    • (rugby) an effort to kick a target
    • (rugby) an attempt to kick an objective

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