foul

listen to the pronunciation of foul
Englisch - Türkisch
kirletmek

Sigara içenler havayı kirletmektedir. - Smokers foul up the air.

pisletmek
{i} kurallara aykırı hareket
faul

O asla faullü oynamayacak. - He will never play you foul.

Hakem oyunu faul olarak nitelendirdi. - The umpire called the ball foul.

{s} pis

Pis bir şeyin kokusunu alıyorum. - I smell something foul.

iğrenç

Havada iğrenç bir koku var. - There is a foul odor in the air.

Kirli giysiler soyunma odasının havasında iğrenç bir koku bıraktı. - The dirty clothes left a foul odor in the air of the locker room.

{s} kokuşmuş
{s} bozuk

Her ne zaman kızsa, bozuk dil kullanır. - He uses foul language whenever he gets angry.

O adamın bozuk bir ağzı var. - That man has a foul mouth.

küfürlü

Tom'un çok küfürlü bir ağzı vardı. - Tom had a very foul mouth.

kir

Kirli giysiler soyunma odasının havasında iğrenç bir koku bıraktı. - The dirty clothes left a foul odor in the air of the locker room.

Bu odanın havası kirli. - The air in this room is foul.

ayıp
dolaşmak
(Askeri) çaparız
(hava) kötü
dolaşma
murdar
çarpmak gemi
çatmak
günah
(Askeri) gambalı
çarpışma
fırtınalı
dolaşmış
çarpmak
karışma
fani
berbat
{i} zor durum
kirli

Bu odanın havası kirli. - The air in this room is foul.

Kirli giysiler soyunma odasının havasında iğrenç bir koku bıraktı. - The dirty clothes left a foul odor in the air of the locker room.

kötü

Çöp sepetinde garip, kötü kokulu kahverengi bir sıvı vardı. - There was a strange, foul-smelling brown liquid in the waste basket.

O kötü koku nehirden geliyor. - That foul odor is coming from the river.

pislenmek
kirlenmek
haince
{f} kirlet

Sigara içenler havayı kirletmektedir. - Smokers foul up the air.

Sigara dumanı odadaki havayı kirletir. - Cigarette smoke fouls the air in a room.

faul yapmak
hain
{s} çirkin
{f} karıştırmak
{i} çarpışma (gemi)
çirkin biçimde
murdar etmek
{f} bozmak
{s} ağır
yanmış barutun çamuru ile kirletmek ot ve midye bağlamak dolaştırıp işlemez hale getirmek
{s} hilekâr
{f} çarpmak (gemi)
bulaştırmak
{s} birbirine karışmış (ipler, zincirler v.b.). i., spor faul
kabaca
{s} hilebaz
{s} tıkanmış
{f} spor faul yapmak
{s} dolaşık
spor oyuncuya karşı ku
{f} bindirmek (gemi)
kurallara aykırı olarak
{f} tıkamak
{s} fena
faullü olarak
{s} kurallara aykırı
{f} dolaştırmak
{f} ile karışmak
çaparız vermek
{s} karışmış
{s} kaba
açık saçık
tiksindirici
suikast
menfur
pislik
foul air
pis hava
foul breath
ağız kokusu
foul smell
ağır
foul up
(deyim) içine etmek
foul bill of lading
kusurlu konşimento
foul line
faul çizgisi
foul play
hatalı oyun

Dedektifler hatalı oyundan şüphelenmezler. - Detectives don't suspect foul play.

foul shot
faul atışı
foul up
berbat etmek
foul up
içine sıçmak
foul up
karışıklık
foul ball
faul top
foul language
faul dil
foul mouth
faul ağız
foul mouthed
faul ağızlı
foul odor
iğrenç koku
foul odor, stench, reek
iğrenç koku, pis koku, kokmak
foul out
faul out
foul pay
faul ödeme
foul smelling
kötü kokulu
foul so.'s own nest
faul öyle. 'kendi yuva s
foul water
(Mühendislik) Pis su, atık su, tesisat boşaltma v.b yolla oluşan ve tahliye edilmesi gereken su
foul weather
bozuk hava
foul-smelling
Kötü kokulu
foul-up
faul-up
foul air
grizu
foul bill of lading
(Kanun) kirli konşimento
foul bill of lading
(Ticaret) rezerveli konşimento
foul mouthed
küfürbaz
foul play
kurallara aykırı oyun
foul play
faul
foul play
(deyim) ahlaksiz isler
foul play
(deyim) cinayet,suikast
foul play
hainlik
foul play
suikâst
foul play
cinayet, suikast
foul shot
faul atışı [basket.]
foul spoken
küfürbaz
foul spoken
ağzı bozuk
foul up
tıkamak
foul up
(Fiili Deyim ) karmakarışık etmek , bozmak
foul up
bozmak
foul up
tıkanmak
foul up
dolaştırmak
foul up
kirletmek

Sigara içenler havayı kirletmektedir. - Smokers foul up the air.

foul up
karıştırmak
foul up
rezil etmek
foul up
karmakarışık olmak
fouling
(Nükleer Bilimler) tortu oluşumu
commit a foul
hata yapmak
fouled
kirli
fouled
tıkalı
fouling
kirlenme
foulness
ağırlık
offensive foul
(Spor) hücum faul
personal foul
(Spor) şahsi faul
commit a foul
hata yap
foulness
günah
foulness
bozukluk
foulness
adilik
foulness
kir
foulness
rezillik
committed a foul
kararlı bir faul
cry foul
(deyim) Yakınmak, şikâyet etmek
cry foul
(deyim) Şikâyet etmek
cry foul
ağlamak faul
fall foul of
başı derde girmek
fell foul
düştü faul
fouls
faulleri
having a bad or foul taste
kötü ya da faul tadı olan
play foul
faul
run foul
ile çelişki içine girmek/düşmek
run foul
(Denizcilik) Çarpışmak, dolaşık bir duruma düşmek
run foul of
in faul koşmak
by fair means or foul
her ne pahasına olursa olsun
european foul brood
(Arılık) avrupa yavru çürüklüğü
fall foul of
{f} çatmak
fall foul of
ile çatışmak
fouling
(Askeri) NAMLU BİRİKİNTİSİ: Atıştan sonra bir silahın namlusunda kalan birikinti
fouling
(Nükleer Bilimler) (reactor technology) kirlenme (reactor teknolojisi)
foully
çirkince
foully
iğrenç şekilde
foully
faullü/kötü bir şekilde
foulness
pislik
foulness
iğrençlik
foulness
kokuşmuşluk
foulness
bozma
foulness
iğrenç
foulness
[n] çarpışma
play foul
faullü oynamak
play smb. foul
hainlik etmek
play smb. foul
oyun oynamak
pushing foul
(Spor) iterek yapılan faul
through fair and foul
iyi ve kötü günde
Englisch - Englisch
Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; -- opposed to clear; as, a rope or cable may get foul while paying it out

We've got a foul anchor.

To clog or obstruct

The hair has fouled the drain.

Hateful; detestable; shameful; odious; wretched

He has a foul set of friends.

Outside of the base lines; in foul territory

Jones hit foul ball after foul ball.

A foul ball, a ball which has been hit outside of the base lines

Jones hit a foul up over the screen.

To become entangled

The prop fouled on the kelp.

A breach of the rules of a game, especially one involving inappropriate contact with an opposing player in order to gain an advantage; as, for example, foot-tripping in soccer, or contact of any kind in basketball
Ugly; homely; poor
To besmirch

He's fouled his reputation.

A (usually accidental) contact between a bowler and the lane before the bowler has released the ball
To make contact with an opposing player in order to gain advantage

Smith fouled him hard.

To entangle

The kelp has fouled the prop.

Scurrilous; obscene or profane; abusive; as, foul words; foul language

The rascal spewed forth a series of foul pronouncements.

To hit outside of the baselines

Jones fouled the ball off the facing of the upper deck.

Not conformed to the established rules and customs of a game, conflict, test, etc.; unfair; dishonest; dishonorable; cheating; as, foul play

Foul play is not suspected.

To hit a ball outside of the baselines

Jones fouled for strike one.

To make dirty

He's fouled her diapers.

Loathsome; disgusting; as, a foul disease

This foul food is making me retch.

Covered with, or containing, extraneous matter which is injurious, noxious, offensive, or obstructive; filthy; dirty; not clean; polluted; nasty; defiled; as, a foul cloth; foul hands; a foul chimney; foul air; a ship's bottom is foul when overgrown with barnacles; a gun becomes foul from repeated firing; a well is foul with polluted water

Cap'n, she's all fouled up.

To become clogged

The drain fouled.

Not favorable; unpropitious; not fair or advantageous; as, a foul wind; a foul road; cloudy or rainy; stormy; not fair; -- said of the weather, sky, etc

Some foul weather is brewing.

To commit a foul

Smith fouled within the first minute of the quarter.

A bird
{a} unclean, dirty, not bright, entangled
{v} to daub, dirty, bemire, pollute, sally
{a} with great force or violence
Crossing or touching the foul line at delivery It's penalized by a count of zero pins If the foul occurs on the first ball of a frame, the bowler gets a second shot at a new rack
A foul is an act in a game or sport that is not allowed according to the rules. He picked up his first booking for a 45th-minute foul on Bull. Foul is also an adjective. a foul tackle
A rules violation In response to a foul, a referee calls for either a direct free kick or an indirect free kick
See Foul ball, under Foul, a
To cover (a ship's bottom) with anything that impered its sailing; as, a bottom fouled with barnacles
(of a baseball) not hit between the foul lines
In various games or sports, an act done contrary to the rules; a foul stroke, hit, play, or the like
actions by players which break the rules but are not floor violations; penalized by a change in possession or free-throw opportunities; see personal foul or technical foul
an act that violates of the rules of a sport become soiled and dirty make unclean; "foul the water"
To become entagled, as ropes; to come into collision with something; as, the two boats fouled
Foul weather is unpleasant, windy, and stormy
A rule infraction that results in a penalty
become soiled and dirty
a violation of the rules for which an official assesses a free kick
{s} disgusting; morally offensive; filthy, dirty; clogged; unfavorable (weather); obscene (language); contrary to the rules (Sports); entangled (rope)
highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust; "a disgusting smell"; "distasteful language"; "a loathsome disease"; "the idea of eating meat is repellent to me"; "revolting food"; "a wicked stench"
A low blow, causing and instand dq
thoroughly unpleasant; "filthy (or foul or nasty or vile) weather we're having"
commit a foul; break the rules hit a foul ball (of a baseball) not hit between the foul lines
To become clogged with burnt powder in the process of firing, as a gun
(of a manuscript) defaced with changes; "foul (or dirty) copy"
spot, stain, or pollute; "The townspeople defiled the river by emptying raw sewage into it"
an act that violates of the rules of a sport
In a game or sport, if a player fouls another player, they touch them or block them in a way which is not allowed according to the rules. Middlesbrough's Jimmy Phillips was sent off for fouling Steve Tilson
Touching or going beyond the foul line When a bowler fouls they recieve zero count for that delivery
Any illegal interference with an opposing player, including kicking, pushing, shoving, tripping and dangerous or aggressive play
violating accepted standards or rules; "a dirty fighter"; "used foul means to gain power"; "a nasty unsporting serve"; "fined for unsportsmanlike behavior"
become or cause to become obstructed; "The leaves clog our drains in the Fall"; "The water pipe is backed up"
Not conformed to the established rules and customs of a game, conflict, test, etc
make unclean; "foul the water"
Touching or going beyond the foul line at delivery
Having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglement; entangled; opposed to clear; as, a rope or cable may get foul while paying it out
If you describe something as foul, you mean it is dirty and smells or tastes unpleasant. foul polluted water The smell was quite foul. = disgusting
offensively malodorous; "a putrid smell"
A hand which may not be played for one reason or another A player with a foul hand may not make any claim on any portion of the pot Example: "He ended up with three cards after the flop, so the dealer declared his hand foul "
commit a foul; break the rules
To entangle, so as to impede motion; as, to foul a rope or cable in paying it out; to come into collision with; as, one boat fouled the other in a race
disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter; "as filthy as a pigsty"; "a foul pond"; "a nasty pigsty of a room"
A breaking of the rules Common fouls are holding (grasping an opponent, unless the opponent has the ball), personal fouls (tripping an opponent or striking an opponent with one's hand, knee, or head), interference (a defensive player contacting a receiver to stop the completion of a pass or kick by contacting the player before he has the ball), clipping (pushing an opponent in the back), and face mask (grabbing an opponent's face mask)
A rank, strong, fermented flavor or any other strong, unpleasant defective flavor, such as hidey or oniony
A violation Usually, illegal contact between two players
{i} violation of a rule, breaking of a rule (Sports); collision, crash
Outside of the base lines
Not favorable; unpropitious; not fair or advantageous; as, a foul wind; a foul road; cloudy or rainy; stormy; not fair; said of the weather, sky, etc
foul anchor
An anchor which has become entangled or caught up in something, or an image of this

One stone in particular attracts me. It bears a beautiful ‘foul anchor’ and the simple inscription: Dummy 1879-1918.

foul ball
A batted ball that lands in foul territory

It's a foul ball, up four rows of seats.

foul balls
plural form of foul ball
foul bill of health
A bill of health that states that there is infectious disease present in either a ship, or its port of departure
foul language
Profane or inappropriate and unacceptable words
foul line
One of the two lines on the edge of a field marking the area inside which a fair ball may be hit
foul line
A line between the lane and the approach, which the bowler must not cross
foul line
A line from which a player takes a free throw
foul out
An instance of fouling out

A foul out was recorded on the scorecard.

foul out
To become out by hitting a foul ball which is caught

He fouled out to lead off the third.

foul out
To be disqualified from further play for having committed too many fouls

The center has fouled out with only two points.

foul play
Unfair, unethical, or criminal behavior, especially of a malicious or violent nature

I think there's been fool play, said Poole, hoarsely.

foul shot
A free throw
foul territory
The area outside the playing field beyond the first base and third base lines, including the grandstand
foul tick
A foul ball which just brushes by the bat making a ticking sound

The catcher held onto the foul tick for the out.

foul tip
a foul ball which glances off the bat and continues back with only a moderate change in direction

The foul tip hit the umpire in the shoulder.

foul up
To make a mistake, to go wrong

You really fouled up this time.

foul up
To botch; to make a mess of

I fouled up question 3 of the exam.

foul wind
A wind blowing against the direction of travel

We lost several hours having to tack into a foul wind just off the coast.

foul winds
plural form of foul wind
foul-mouthed
That uses obscene language
foul-smelling
Having an unpleasant odor
foul-up
A disastrous mistake
foul air
rank air, stinking air, polluted air
foul ball
A batted ball that touches the ground outside of fair territory
foul ball
(baseball) a ball struck with the bat so that it does not stay between the lines (the foul lines) that define the width of the playing field
foul copy
flawed copy, copy which contains mistakes
foul crime
despicable offense
foul language
obscene language, indecent language, dirty language
foul line
lines through 1st and 3rd base indicating the boundaries of a baseball field a line across a bowling alley that a bowler must not cross a line from which basketball players take penalty shots
foul line
line beyond which a batter is not supposed to hit a ball (Baseball)
foul line
a line marked on a sports field outside of which a ball cannot be legally played
foul linen
dirty laundry
foul one's own nest
make a mess of one's life
foul out
baseball: hit a ball such that it is caught from an out in foul territory
foul play
unfair or illegal play in a sports match; unfair or treacherous behavior
foul play
Foul play is criminal violence or activity that results in a person's death. The report says it suspects foul play was involved in the deaths of two journalists
foul play
Foul play is unfair or dishonest behaviour, especially during a sports game. Players were warned twice for foul play. Unfair or treacherous action, especially when involving violence
foul play
unfair or treacherous behavior (especially involving violence)
foul shot
An unobstructed shot from the foul line awarded to a fouled player and scored as one point if successful. Also called free throw
foul shot
an unhindered basketball shot from the foul line; given to penalize the other team for committing a foul
foul tip
A pitched ball that is deflected slightly off the bat toward the catcher
foul up
spoil, disturb, mess up, bungle
foul up
make a mess of, destroy or ruin; "I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"; "the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"
foul water
dirty water, polluted water
foul weather
bad weather, unpleasant weather
foul-
become or cause to become obstructed; "The leaves clog our drains in the Fall"; "The water pipe is backed up"
foul-
(of a manuscript) defaced with changes; "foul (or dirty) copy"
foul-
disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter; "as filthy as a pigsty"; "a foul pond"; "a nasty pigsty of a room"
foul-
thoroughly unpleasant; "filthy (or foul or nasty or vile) weather we're having"
foul-
Touching or going beyond the foul line at delivery
foul-
hit a foul ball
foul-
make impure; "The industrial wastes polluted the lake"
foul-
A violation Usually, illegal contact between two players
foul-
Any illegal interference with an opposing player, including kicking, pushing, shoving, tripping and dangerous or aggressive play
foul-
A breaking of the rules Common fouls are holding (grasping an opponent, unless the opponent has the ball), personal fouls (tripping an opponent or striking an opponent with one's hand, knee, or head), interference (a defensive player contacting a receiver to stop the completion of a pass or kick by contacting the player before he has the ball), clipping (pushing an opponent in the back), and face mask (grabbing an opponent's face mask)
foul-
a violation of the rules for which an official assesses a free kick
foul-
make unclean; "foul the water"
foul-
• The obnoxious fan who has the seat right next to you
foul-
An infraction of the rules set out in the Hurlingham Polo Association's Blue Book Most fouls govern the safe riding and the concept of the line of the ball
foul-
violating accepted standards or rules; "a dirty fighter"; "used foul means to gain power"; "a nasty unsporting serve"; "fined for unsportsmanlike behavior"
foul-
A low blow, causing and instand dq
foul-
A hand which may not be played for one reason or another A player with a foul hand may not make any claim on any portion of the pot Example: "He ended up with three cards after the flop, so the dealer declared his hand foul "
foul-
Illegal contact between players
foul-
A rule infraction that results in a penalty
foul-
commit a foul; break the rules
foul-
Touching or going beyond the foul line When a bowler fouls they recieve zero count for that delivery
foul-
an act that violates of the rules of a sport
foul-
characterized by obscenity; "had a filthy mouth"; "foul language"; "smutty jokes"
foul-
Crossing or touching the foul line at delivery It's penalized by a count of zero pins If the foul occurs on the first ball of a frame, the bowler gets a second shot at a new rack
foul-
Opposite of clear, as "foul berth," "foul anchor,"or ?'foul bottom "
foul-
highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust; "a disgusting smell"; "distasteful language"; "a loathsome disease"; "the idea of eating meat is repellent to me"; "revolting food"; "a wicked stench"
foul-
especially of a ship's lines etc; "with its sails afoul"; "a foul anchor"
foul-
An infraction of the rules by a player or even a team official A free kick is awarded to the opposing team
foul-
A rules violation In response to a foul, a referee calls for either a direct free kick or an indirect free kick
foul-
interference with another swimmer during a race
foul-
spot, stain, or pollute; "The townspeople defiled the river by emptying raw sewage into it"
foul-
actions by players which break the rules but are not floor violations; penalized by a change in possession or free-throw opportunities; see personal foul or technical foul
foul-
offensively malodorous; "a putrid smell"
foul-
A rank, strong, fermented flavor or any other strong, unpleasant defective flavor, such as hidey or oniony
foul-
become soiled and dirty
foul-
(of a baseball) not hit between the foul lines
foul-mouthed
using foul or obscene language; "noisy foul-mouthed women all shouting at once
foul-mouthed
disapproval If you describe someone as foul-mouthed, you disapprove of them because they use offensive words or say very rude things. swearing too much
foul-mouthed
using foul or obscene language; "noisy foul-mouthed women all shouting at once"
foul-up
A foul-up is something that has gone badly wrong as a result of someone's mistakes or carelessness. A series of technical foul-ups delayed the launch of the new product. = bungle. a problem caused by a stupid or careless mistake foul up
foul-up
an embarrassing mistake
foul-weather gear
protective garment that is intended to keep the wearer dry and warm in bad weather
foul´
filthy: disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter; "as filthy as a pigsty"; "a foul pond"; "a nasty pigsty of a room"
foul´
filthy: characterized by obscenity; "had a filthy mouth"; "foul language"; "smutty jokes"
foul´
fetid: offensively malodorous; "a putrid smell"
foul´
A hand which may not be played for one reason or another A player with a foul hand may not make any claim on any portion of the pot Example: "He ended up with three cards after the flop, so the dealer declared his hand foul "
foul´
pollute: make impure; "The industrial wastes polluted the lake"
foul´
interference with another swimmer during a race
foul´
become soiled and dirty
foul´
A violation Usually, illegal contact between two players
foul´
A rules violation In response to a foul, a referee calls for either a direct free kick or an indirect free kick
foul´
actions by players which break the rules but are not floor violations; penalized by a change in possession or free-throw opportunities; see personal foul or technical foul
foul´
Touching or going beyond the foul line When a bowler fouls they recieve zero count for that delivery
foul´
Opposite of clear, as "foul berth," "foul anchor,"or ?'foul bottom "
foul´
make unclean; "foul the water"
foul´
• The obnoxious fan who has the seat right next to you
foul´
spot, stain, or pollute; "The townspeople defiled the river by emptying raw sewage into it"
foul´
disgusting: highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust; "a disgusting smell"; "distasteful language"; "a loathsome disease"; "the idea of eating meat is repellent to me"; "revolting food"; "a wicked stench"
foul´
Touching or going beyond the foul line at delivery
foul´
an act that violates of the rules of a sport
foul´
A rank, strong, fermented flavor or any other strong, unpleasant defective flavor, such as hidey or oniony
foul´
afoul(ip): especially of a ship's lines etc; "with its sails afoul"; "a foul anchor"
foul´
An infraction of the rules by a player or even a team official A free kick is awarded to the opposing team
foul´
A breaking of the rules Common fouls are holding (grasping an opponent, unless the opponent has the ball), personal fouls (tripping an opponent or striking an opponent with one's hand, knee, or head), interference (a defensive player contacting a receiver to stop the completion of a pass or kick by contacting the player before he has the ball), clipping (pushing an opponent in the back), and face mask (grabbing an opponent's face mask)
foul´
hit a foul ball
foul´
cheating(a): violating accepted standards or rules; "a dirty fighter"; "used foul means to gain power"; "a nasty unsporting serve"; "fined for unsportsmanlike behavior"
foul´
a violation of the rules for which an official assesses a free kick
foul´
Crossing or touching the foul line at delivery It's penalized by a count of zero pins If the foul occurs on the first ball of a frame, the bowler gets a second shot at a new rack
foul´
(of a baseball) not hit between the foul lines
foul´
commit a foul; break the rules
foul´
A low blow, causing and instand dq
foul´
filthy: thoroughly unpleasant; "filthy (or foul or nasty or vile) weather we're having"
foul´
dirty: (of a manuscript) defaced with changes; "foul (or dirty) copy"
foul´
An infraction of the rules set out in the Hurlingham Polo Association's Blue Book Most fouls govern the safe riding and the concept of the line of the ball
foul´
Illegal contact between players
foul´
clog: become or cause to become obstructed; "The leaves clog our drains in the Fall"; "The water pipe is backed up"
foul´
A rule infraction that results in a penalty
foul´
Any illegal interference with an opposing player, including kicking, pushing, shoving, tripping and dangerous or aggressive play
Foulness
An island off the east coast of Essex where the Thames estuary joins the North Sea
fall foul
To collide; to conflict with; to attack (+ on, of, upon)

He was, literally speaking, drunk; which circumstance, together with his natural impetuosity, could produce no other effect than his running immediately up to his daughter, upon whom he fell foul with his tongue in the most inveterate manner.

fall foul
To be defeated or thwarted (by); to suffer ( + of)

Sky News fell foul of its own woolly reporting on Tuesday, when it reported human remains had been found on Saddleworth Moor. Ever keen to spin a good yarn, they immediately linked the story to moors murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley - only for the police to emerge seven hours later and announce that, after very careful inspection, they could confirm the carcass was not human.

fouler
One who fouls
fouler
Comparative form of foul: more foul
no harm, no foul
Encapsulation of the idea that although technically a breach of some code or law may have occurred there is no need for punishment, apology or retribution if no actual damage occurred

He parked in my space but as I was away at the time: no harm, no foul.

offensive foul
A foul committed by a member of the team with possession of the ball
personal foul
a breach of the rules in certain sports, particularly involving dangerous play
professional foul
An intentional foul, usually committed to prevent an opponent scoring, and punishable by a yellow or red card (football) or 10 minutes in the sin bin (rugby)
technical foul
Any infraction of the rules penalized as a foul which does not involve physical contact during the course of play between players on the court, or is a foul by a non-player
foully
{a} nastily, dirtily, filthily, hatefully, ill
foulness
{n} neastiness, filthiness, ugliness, dishonesy
cry foul
Say that something which has happened is unfair or illegal: "The opposition parties have cried foul at the president's act, seeing it as a violation of democracy."
cry foul
(deyim) Say that something which has happened is unfair or illegal

The opposition parties have cried foul at the president's act, seeing it as a violation of democracy.

run foul
come into conflict with
run foul
(Nautical) collide or become entangled with
Foully
foule
a foul
hack
by fair means or foul
any way at all, all is fair
by fair or foul means
with the aid of honest or dishonest measures
committed a foul
perpetrated an infringement of the rules (Sports)
fair or foul
good or bad, pretty or ugly
fall foul
get into a quarrel, clash; collide (of ships)
fall foul of
{f} have a collision with (Nautical); become entangled with; become involved; attack
fouled
1 Entangled, caught, or twisted lines, sails, or rigging 2 Clogged, obstructed, or damaged equipment; 3 Contaminated drinking water or fuel
fouled
Any piece of equipment that is jammed or entangled, or dirtied
foul
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