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the method used for starting a game of ice hockey
a type of skating in which you have to jump, spin, and move round the ice in a particular way
a smooth open surface that is shaped like a ‘U’ and made of concrete or snow that people use in skateboarding, rollerblading, or snowboarding
British a game played on ice by two teams of six players. The usual American word is hockey. The players use long sticks to try to hit a small round flat object called a puck into the opposite team’s goal.
a large flat area of ice inside a building, where people can go to ice-skate
the activity of moving around on ice wearing ice skates
a sport in which people dance and perform exercises to music on ice wearing ice skates
the activity of moving on boots called in-line skates that each have a single row of narrow wheels on them
a place next to the ice where an ice hockey player stays for a short time after breaking a rule
American in ice hockey, a situation in which one team has a temporary advantage because a player from the other team is out of the game for a penalty
the round flat piece of rubber that you hit in the game of ice hockey
a sport similar to ice hockey developed in Canada and played especially by women and girls. Players use a straight stick to pass, carry, and shoot a rubber ring in order to score goals.
a large flat area where people go to skate or to play ice hockey
informal an area outside an ice rink (=area of ice where sports are played) where an ice hockey player must sit when he or she has not obeyed a rule
to move over a surface using skates. Someone who does this is called a skater.
a board with four wheels on the bottom that you stand on and ride. Someone who does this is called a skateboarder, and the activity is called skateboarding.
the activity or sport of moving quickly over a surface on skates
a sport in which people wearing skates race each other on ice
a short period of time in a game of basketball or ice hockey when players rest and plan their game
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