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NOUN   a keeper | keepers
SYNO custodian | keeper | steward
keeper {noun}
brankář {m} [ve fotbale nebo kriketu]
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Translation for 'keeper' from English to Czech

keeper {noun}
brankář {m} [ve fotbale nebo kriketu]sport
Usage Examples English
  • Trevor was keeper of Oatlands Palace, the under-keeper was Ralph Dison.
  • Frank Albert Drew (1864–1931) was a lighthouse keeper.
  • In 1864,an attached lighthouse keeper's house was built.
  • In netball, the Goal Keeper (denoted GK) must stay within the defensive third of the court.
  • Dison was under-keeper of the royal palace and wardrobe at Oatlands. His annual fee was £12. The keeper was John Trevor (1563–1630).
  • This list only includes players who have played as the designated keeper for a match.
  • (3 December 1905 – 27 February 1990) was a wicket-keeper and batsman for the England cricket team and Kent County Cricket Club.
  • Following her UCLA career Micah returned to the W-League for the 2019–20 season. She served as a backup keeper to fellow Matildas keeper Casey Dumont.
  • Initially, becoming a rotational keeper behind the first choice keeper Necmi Mutlu, Dino became a regular keeper by 1967–68 season.
  • Wicket keeper Peter Nevill returned to the New South Wales squad after making a quick recovery from a broken thumb. He replaced fellow wicket keeper Jay Lenton.
  • Following the First World War, Augustine "Gus" Greene was appointed lighthouse keeper at Point Verde.
  • In October 2012, Pathi Harn critically injured his keeper by crushing her against a pole, fortunately the keeper survived.
  • Initially being signed as a back-up keeper, Crocombe became Grimsby's first choice keeper in December at the expense of club veteran James McKeown.
  • On 2 September 2013 Pro Vercelli swapped keeper Miranda with keeper Aniello Ambrosio of Sorrento, both in definitive deal.
  • Housing at the site includes the head lighthouse keeper's residence, and two assistant keeper's cottages (a duplex), which are available for overnight rental.
  • The opposite of a hard keeper is an "easy keeper" ("good doer"); an animal that can live on relatively little food and is prone to obesity and other health problems associated with a too-rich diet.
  • Angel demands that the priest give him Jasmine's true name, but the priest reveals that he can't; only the Keeper of the name has it.
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