English version

hat trick

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Sport
hat trickˈhat trick noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š DSa series of three successes, especially in sports such as football when the same person scores three times πŸ”Š Saunders scored a hat trick in the final game of the series.hat trick of πŸ”Š a hat trick of victories
Examples from the Corpus
hat trickβ€’ Team captain Peter Blyth will be going for a hat trick of wins as captain - all with different teams.β€’ Wynalda nearly could have had a hat trick late in the first half, but elected instead to spread the wealth around.β€’ Rocastle has got to do the business, score a hat trick or something.β€’ He scored a hat trick for Rotherham t' other day.β€’ Darlington were down and out a minute later when Mark McGhee crossed from the right for Maskell to complete his hat trick.β€’ There was worse to come seconds before the whistle, when Irons hit his hat trick and Swindon for once were well beaten.scored a hat trickβ€’ He scored a hat trick for Rotherham t' other day.
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