English version

ice hockey

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Other sports
ice hockeyˈice ˌhockey noun [uncountable]  hockey.jpg DSO British English a sport played on ice, in which players try to hit a hard flat round object into the other team’s goal with special sticks syn hockey American English
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ice hockeyThe signs look good for ice hockey in the Nineties.Neither thought they would ever make a living from ice hockey.They've got some good cyclists, some good ice hockey players, but not many good unicycle hockey players.Its ice hockey team is one of the best in the country.The consortium is being headed by the manager of the ice hockey team.Swindon will go wild if their ice hockey team win promotion to the Premier League.And he loved apple juice and chewing gum and watching ice hockey games.
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