Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

bóng đá in English:

1. football football


I played football.
In 1603, when King James I came into power, football was allowed again.
It said that people could not play football in the future and that anyone who broke this law would be sent to prison.
In a football game the spectators are usually ardent rooters for one of the two teams, but there also is a small group who will climb on the bandwagon of the winning team.
Recreativo de Huelva was the first football club founded in Spain.
In the Greek football game, the players on one team tried to carry a ball across a line in the other team's territory.
England is synonymous with football, fish & chips, and the Queen.
I know from experience; playing football barefoot is a bad idea. You could easily end up with broken toes.
In England in the Middle Ages, whole towns played football on certain holidays, sometimes with as many as 500 players at one time.
A large crowd of Americans gathered outside the White House to celebrate the death of a human being in the same manner as they would celebrate winning a football game.
Carlos Queiroz was fired by the Portuguese Football Federation.
In all her pompous majesty, carried on the shoulders of the entire football team, stood the de facto queen of the school.
In a lawless outpost deep within the desert, everybody wore football shoulder pads and mohawks.
Football originally meant "a game played with a ball on foot" - unlike a game played on horseback, such as polo.

English word "bóng đá"(football) occurs in sets:

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