offside

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In an illegal position ahead of the ball
The side of a road vehicle farthest from the kerb
To the side of the road, past the curb and sidewalk, e.g. an offside diner (restaurant.)
Unfavourably located, from the point of view of the player taking a finesse
An offside play
In games such as football or hockey, when an attacking player is offside, they have broken the rules by being nearer to the goal than a defending player when the ball is passed to them. The goal was disallowed because Wark was offside. Offside is also an adverb. Wise was standing at least ten yards offside. Offside is also a noun. Rush had a 45th-minute goal disallowed for offside
When a player is over the line of scrimmage (on the opposing team's side) before the ball is snapped
In American football, a player is offside if they cross the line of scrimmage before a play begins
when any part of a player's body is beyond his line of scrimmage when the ball is snapped; a foul punishable by a 5-yard penalty
A player is offside if he is between his opponent's goal line and the ball at the moment the ball is played unless; he is in his own half of the field, at least 2 opponents (including the goalkeeper) are nearer their own goal line than he is, he received the ball directly from a corner kick, throw-in, or drop-ball situation The penalty is an indirect free kick
Infraction in which an offensive player does not have at least two defensive players between his or herself and the goal line when the ball is last played forward by a member of the attacking team
It is the right hand side of the horse
Offside is when a player is nearer to her opponents' goal than the second-to-last opponent when the ball is played or passed Some passes are so quick that offside is difficult to determine
a violation called when a player in an offside position receives a pass from a teammate; an indirect free kick is awarded to the non-offending team
Infraction in which an offensive player does not have at least two defensive players between themself and the goal line when the ball is last played forward by a member of the attacking team
Unfavorably located A card so placed that a finesse, if attempted, will lose
When a player leaves the zone on court which they are confined to A free pass is awarded to the opposition
occurs when a team does not have at least four players on its defensive side of the midfield line or at least three players on its offensive side of the midfield line
illegally advancing (Football)
unfavorably located
an infraction of the rule that requires both teams to be on their own side of the line of scrimmage before a play starts
illegally beyond a prescribed line or area or ahead of the ball or puck; "the touchdown was nullified because the left tackle was offside"
n The side of a car furthest from the kerb (the side nearer being the nearside)
A player is offside if, at the moment the ball is passed by a teammate, he is nearer to his opponents' goal line than both the ball and the second last opponent and, in the opinion of the referee, the player is gaining and advantage by being in that position or is interfering with play or an opponent Players are not offside if they are on their own half of the field or if they receive the ball directly from a goal kick, corner kick, throw-in, or drop ball
Generally, an attacking player is in an offside position when there are fewer than two opponents between the attacker and the goal when the ball is played, unless: the attacker receives the ball direct from a goal-kick, a corner-kick or a throw-in The player on the attacking team does not play any part in the attack
illegally in advance of the ball or puck
A violation where an attacking player receiving a pass is between the opposing teams goal line and all the defenders
{s} of an illegal advance (Football)
An infraction which occurs when an attacker sends a pass to a teammate without two defenders, which can include a goalkeeper, between the teammate and the goal
(o/s) The side of the vehicle farthest away from the curb (when driving)
The offside of a vehicle is the side that is farthest from the edge of the road when the vehicle is being driven normally. The driver of the car lowered his offside front window. nearside. the offside the side of a car that is nearest to the middle of the road when you are driving it nearside
The rule that requires an offensive player to have either the ball or two defenders between him and the goal A player is in an offside position if he is nearer to his opponent's goal line than both the ball and the second-to-last opponent He is not offside if he is on his half of the field or is level with the second-to-last opponent or level with the last two opponents An indirect free kick is awarded to the opposing team to be taken from the place where the offside occurs
An infraction of the rules in which an offensive player does not have at least two defensemen (including the goalie) between them and the goal line when the ball is played forward by a member the offensive team
When any attacking player preceeds the puck across the blue line into the attacking zone A face-off follows at the faceoff dot just outside the blue line
A violation committed when a player is already in the attacking zone, with both skates entirely across the blue line, when the puck crosses the blue line into that zone Play stops and a faceoff is held in the neutral zone Also offsides See also delayed offside; two-line pass
offside trap
A defensive play to catch the attacking side offside

he managed to beat the offside trap and clinch the winner.

offside traps
plural form of offside trap
adverb offside
in a position, usually ahead of the ball, where you are not allowed to play the ball in sports such as soccer and hockey   onside
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