- Goal line
Cette ligne doit être franchie afin de marquer un touchdown (touché).
En fait, il suffit qu'une partie quelconque du ballon touche le plan vertical tracé par la Goal Line en étant tenue par un joueur de l'équipe qui attaque pour qu'un touchdown soit marqué.
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goal line — goal line, n. (Sport) The line bounding the end of a playing field, at or directly in front of the goal. [PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
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goal line — n. 1. a line representing the goal in various games 2. Football the line separating an end zone from the rest of the playing field … English World dictionary
goal line — n a line at either end of the playing area in sports such as football or ↑hockey, along which the goal is placed … Dictionary of contemporary English
goal line — goal ,line noun count the line at each end of a sports field that a ball must cross to score a goal … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
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goal line — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms goal line : singular goal line plural goal lines the line at each end of a sports field that a ball must cross to score a goal … English dictionary
Goal line — In many outdoor ball sports, goal line refers to the line which a team is attempting to advance the ball towards. In particular, see* Football pitch for usage of the term (and the associated term byline) in soccer * Goal line (American football)… … Wikipedia