• Definition for "offside"
    • Sports Illegally prior to the ball or puck…
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offside definition

  • adverb:
    • Sports Illegally prior to the ball or puck into the attacking area.
    • Football Illegally beyond the type of scrimmage once the baseball is snapped or prior to the basketball whenever baseball is kicked on a kickoff.
    • illegally before the basketball or puck
  • noun:
    • Sports An offside movement or play.
    • An offside play
    • the best part of a road vehicle whenever facing in identical direction once the car
    • (sport) the error of occupying an illegal position on playing industry (in football, football, ice hockey, area hockey, etc.)
  • adjective:
    • In an illegal place in front of the baseball
    • sideways of this roadway, beyond the curb and sidewalk, e.g. an offside diner (restaurant.)
    • Unfavourably found, through the viewpoint of this player using a finesse.
    • See down, n.
    • Illegally beyond a prescribed range or area or in front of the baseball or puck; -- in recreations including football or hockey.
    • illegally beyond a prescribed range or location or ahead of the basketball or puck
  • preposition:
    • out-of play; -- said when a new player offers in front of the baseball in a scrimmage, or if the baseball has-been last handled by one of his own part behind him.
  • others:
    • On the wrong part; particularly, in foot-ball and hockey, amongst the baseball plus the opponents' objective during play. A new player off-side is prohibited from pressing the baseball or an opponent.
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