basketballs

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الإنجليزية - التركية

تعريف basketballs في الإنجليزية التركية القاموس.

basketball
{i} basketbol

Basketbol oynamayı severim. - I like to play basketball.

Mike Pazartesi basketbol çalışmaz. - Mike doesn't practice basketball on Monday.

Basketball
basketbolcu
basketball
{i} basket

Biz spor salonunda basketbol oynadık. - We played basketball in the gym.

Basketbol oynamayı severim. - I like to play basketball.

basketball
{i} basket topu

Tom basket topunu parmağında fırıl fırıl çevirdi. - Tom twirled the basketball on his finger.

Tom basket topunu çok iyi süremez. - Tom can't dribble a basketball very well.

basketball
{i} basketbol topu

Sen bir basketbol topunu senin parmak ucunda döndürebilir misin? - Can you spin a basketball on your fingertip?

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
plural of basketball
basketball
The particular kind of ball used in the sport of basketball
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a game played on a court by two opposing teams of 5 players; points are scored by throwing the basketball through an elevated horizontal hoop an inflated ball used in playing basketball
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{i} large inflated ball used in the game of basketball
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A sport in which two opposing teams of five players strive to put a ball through a hoop
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Basketball is a game in which two teams of five players each try to score goals by throwing a large ball through a circular net fixed to a metal ring at each end of the court
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{i} ball game in which two opposing teams must try and score points by throwing the ball into their opponent's basket
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A basketball is a large ball which is used in the game of basketball. Court game between two teams of five players. They score by tossing, or "shooting," an inflated ball through a raised hoop, or "basket," located in their opponent's end of the court. A goal is worth two points, three if shot from outside a specified limit. A free throw (worth one point) is awarded to any player fouled (through unwarranted physical contact) by another, two free throws if the foul occurs during the act of shooting. Invented in 1891 by James A. Naismith in Springfield, Mass., U.S., basketball quickly became popular throughout the U.S., with games organized at the school and collegiate level for both sexes. Women first played the game under a markedly different set of rules. The game developed internationally at a slower pace. The first Olympic basketball contest was held in 1936, and the Fédération Internationale de Basketball Amateur (FIBA) introduced world championships for men and women in 1950 and 1953, respectively. In the U.S., high school and collegiate championship tournaments are traditionally held in March and generate considerable excitement. A men's professional league was organized in 1898 but did not gain much of a following until 1949, when it was reconstituted as the National Basketball Association (NBA). The first women's professional leagues in the U.S. emerged during the 1970s but failed after a year or two. The current Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), owned by the NBA, was organized in 1997. Club and professional basketball outside of the U.S. developed rapidly in the latter part of the 20th century. A Basketball Hall of Fame is located in Springfield
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