English version

end zone

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: American football
end zoneˈend zone noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š DSAone of the areas at each end of an American football field where you carry or catch the ball to score
Examples from the Corpus
end zoneβ€’ A mere two minutes passed before Cooks was celebrating again in the end zone, this time after a 32-yard punt return.β€’ He also fumbled in the end zone to give Seattle a touchdown.β€’ What is that guy doing out there, diving into the end zone?β€’ As the clock ran down to zero, Harris ran down the sideline into the end zone.β€’ But as Rice tumbled into the end zone, he landed awkwardly.β€’ Kirby cut back toward the center of the field, and safety Devin Bush kept him out of the end zone.β€’ Then, in a new twist, the Raiders actually reached the end zone.β€’ Black completed the next drive with a 28-yard run, breaking two tackles before reaching the end zone.
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