rugby union


rugby union
Australian Slang
rugby-union football

English dialects glossary. 2013.

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  • Rugby union — is an outdoor contact sport, played with an oval [ [http://www.irb.com/lawregulations/laws/index.html Laws Of The Game Rugby Union 2007.] International Rugby Board. ISBN 10: 0 9552232 4 5 ISBN 13: 978 0 9552232 4 2. Page 7. Quote Law 2 The Ball:… …   Wikipedia

  • Rugby union — Rugby à XV Pour les articles homonymes, voir Rugby (homonymie) et XV. Rugby à XV Rugby …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Rugby Union — noun (also without caps) the original form of the game of rugby, with 15 players on each side • • • Main Entry: ↑rugby …   Useful english dictionary

  • Rugby Union — n [U] a type of rugby played by teams of 15 players …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Rugby Union — noun uncount a form of rugby in which there are 15 players in a team. Until 1995 only AMATEUR players were allowed to take part in competitions in this sport …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • rugby union — ► NOUN ▪ a form of rugby played in teams of fifteen, traditionally strictly amateur but opened to professionalism in 1995 …   English terms dictionary

  • Rugby union — football …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • Rugby-Union — typisches Rugby Union Spiel Rugby Union (oft auch einfach nur Rugby, Union oder Fünfzehnerrugby) ist eine Sportart aus der Rugby Familie. Sie ist die am weitesten verbreitete Rugby Art der Welt. In diesem Kampf und Ballspiel versuchen zwei… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Rugby Union — typisches Rugby Union Spiel Rugby Union (oft auch einfach nur Rugby, Union oder Fünfzehnerrugby) ist eine Sportart aus der Rugby Familie. Sie ist die am weitesten verbreitete Rugby Art der Welt. In diesem Kampf und Ballspiel versuchen zwei… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • rugby union —    The Rugby Football Union was founded in 1871 with headquarters at Twickenham, England. There are currently a number of competitions. International championships were instituted in 1884 and are competed for by the five ‘home’ nations: England,… …   Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture


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