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 Translation for 'indirect free kick' from English to Russian
NOUN   an indirect free kick | indirect free kicks
спорт
свободный удар {м} [футбол]
indirect free kick [soccer]
Partial Matches
спорт
свободный удар {м} [футбол]
free kick [soccer]
спорт
штрафной удар {м} [футбол]
free kick [soccer]
спорт
штрафной удар {м} [футбол]
direct free kick [soccer]
косвенный {adj}indirect
косвенное дополнение {с}indirect object
пинок {м} [разг.]kick [hit]
спорт
одиннадцатиметровый удар {м}
penalty kick
угловой удар {м} [футбол]corner kick [soccer]
unverified
идиом.
кусать себе локти
to kick oneself [coll.]
фин.
беспроцентный {adj}
interest-free
безморозный {adj}frost-free
вольный {adj}free [unrestricted]
освободить [город, страну, человека] [сов.]to free [liberate]
свободный {adj}free [unrestricted]
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свободное (от работы) время {с}free time
освободить [сов.]to set free [emancipate]
освободить от [+gen.] [избавить от чего-л.] [сов.]to free from [exempt from]
экон.
беспошлинный {adj}
duty-free [exempt from duty]
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Usage Examples English
  • An indirect free kick is also awarded to the opposing team if a player plays in a dangerous manner, deliberately obstructs an opponent, prevents the goalkeeper from throwing the ball with hands or anything else for which play is stopped to caution or dismiss a player.
  • An offside offence may occur if a player receives the ball directly from either a direct free kick, indirect free kick or dropped-ball.
  • Other fouls are punishable by an indirect free kick.
  • The penalty for the offence is an indirect free kick.
  • An indirect free kick is also awarded if an offside offence occurs, though offside is not considered a foul and will never be punished by a caution or dismissal.

  • In 1891, an infringement of the laws at a dropped ball (for example, playing the ball before it touched the ground) was punished with an indirect free kick to the opposition.
  • If this infringement occurs within the goalkeeper's penalty area, an indirect free kick is awarded.
  • Referee Markus Merk thus awarded an indirect free kick for Bayern about eight meters from the Hamburg goal.
  • "Playing in a dangerous manner" is punishable by an indirect free kick.
  • For less serious offences, such as offside, an indirect free kick is awarded, from which the ball must touch another player before a goal is scored.

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