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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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netballnet‧ball /ˈnetbɔːl $ -bɒːl/ noun [uncountable]  DSa game similar to basketball played in Britain, especially by girls
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netballShe represented her house, Nightingale, at swimming and netball and developed her lifelong passion for dance.If any team are interested in arranging a match against the Voyagers Foodcourt netball team they should contact.Her talent for netball and swimming earned her places in the school teams.She loves gym workouts, swimming and playing netball - she is a leading light in a local women's team.If you are interested in playing netball then this might be your answer.He, however, is becoming increasingly petulant and argumentative, playing scrum-half like a thwarted 15-year-old on the netball court.At the moment she is refereeing the netball match over at the playing field.She was netball captain and played a creditable game of tennis.
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