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(Askeri) LACROSSE FÜZESİ: 30.000 metre dahilindeki beton nokta hedefleri ile bölge hedeflerini ateş altına alacak şekilde imal edilmiş, nükleer ve nükleer olmayan harp başlığı kullanma kabiliyetinde, satıhtan satıha atılan, isabet ihtimali fazla, seyyar bir güdümlü füze. MGM-18 olarak adlandırılır

Tom lekros takımında. - Tom is on the lacrosse team.

Tom lekros oynardı fakat ben artık oynamıyorum. - Tom used to play lacrosse, but he doesn't anymore.

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Englisch - Englisch
A sport played on a field between two opposing teams using sticks (crosses) and a ball, whereby one team defeats the other by achieving a higher score by scoring goals within the allotted time
A spy satellite launched by NASA in December of 1988 Lacrosse's main instrument, like most spy satellites, was its image sensor It also carried Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR)
Each player carries a long-handled racket, called a "crosse"
{i} sport played with a ball and long netted racquets
[n] A game, originated by American Indians, in which two teams attempt to send a small ball into each other's goal, each player being equipped with a crosse or stick at the end of which is a netted pocket for catching, carrying, or throwing the ball
The ball is not handled but caught with the crosse and carried on it, or tossed from it, the object being to carry it or throw it through one of the goals placed at opposite ends of the field
a game invented by American indians; now played by two teams who use long-handled rackets to catch and carry and throw the ball toward the opponents' goal
Lacrosse is an outdoor game in which players use long sticks with nets at the end to catch and throw a small ball, in order to try and score goals. a game played on a field by two teams of ten players, in which each player has a long stick with a net on the end of it and uses this to throw, catch, and carry a small ball (la crosse (= long stick with a curved end carried by a Christian priest)). (French: "the crosier") Outdoor goal-scoring sport played with sticks called crosses. A crosse has a long handle and a triangular head with a mesh pouch for catching, carrying, and throwing a hard rubber ball. The object of the game is to sling the ball into an opponent's goal (for one point). French settlers in Canada adapted the modern game from an ancient American Indian activity (baggataway) that was at once sport, combat training, and mystical ceremony. It became an organized sport in the late 19th century. Modern teams have 10 players. The game is divided into four periods of 15 minutes each. Lacrosse is especially popular as a collegiate sport and is played by both men and women
A game of ball, originating among the North American Indians, now the popular field sport of Canada, and played also in England and the United States
Patented cold hardy American hybrid suitable for white wine or juice use Derived from the Seyval Blanc hybrid variety Ripens early to mid-season and claimed to have superior cold temperature resistance to its parent Currently grown in Wisconsin, S Dakota and elsewhere in the Midwest U S
lacrosse stick
the primary instrument used in lacrosse to handle the ball
lacrosse sticks
plural form of lacrosse stick
lacrosse ball
ball used in playing lacrosse
lacrosse player
an athlete who plays lacrosse



    Türkische aussprache



    /ləˈkrôs/ /ləˈkrɔːs/


    [ l&-'kros ] (noun.) 1718. Borrowed from French la (“the”) crosse (“stick”).

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