off side o offside

off side o offside
(voz inglesa)
masculino DEPORTES Fuera de juego. También orsai.

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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  • off|side — or off side «AWF SYD, OF », adjective, adverb, noun. –adj., adv. not on the side permitted by the rules; illegally in advance of the ball, puck, or other playing piece. –n. a play in football or other sport, that is offside …   Useful english dictionary

  • Off-side rule — This article is about the programming language syntax feature. For other uses, see Offside (disambiguation). A computer programming language is said to adhere to the off side rule if the scope of declarations (a block) in that language is… …   Wikipedia

  • off·side — /ˈɑːfˈsaıd/ adj 1 sports : in a position in a game (such as football or hockey) on the opponent s part of the field where you are not allowed to be : not onside The play was stopped because the center was offside. 2 Brit : on the right side :… …   Useful english dictionary

  • off side — Mawdesley Glossary a bit offside, slightly unwell …   English dialects glossary

  • off-side — see offside …   English dictionary

  • offside — /ɒfˈsaɪd / (say of suyd), /ˈɒfsaɪd / (say ofsuyd) adjective 1. Soccer, Rugby Football, etc. illegally between the ball and the opposing team s goal line, or beyond a prescribed line or area, when the ball is in play. 2. of or relating to the… …   Australian-English dictionary

  • Offside — Offside, off sides, off side or off side may refer to: Sport Offside (sport), a rule in a number of field team sports designed to help ensure players move together as a team Offside (association football) Offside (American football) Offside… …   Wikipedia

  • offside — off|side1 [ ,ɔf saıd ] adjective, adverb in the wrong position according to the rules in a game such as football, soccer, or ICE HOCKEY: He s offside. ─ compare ONSIDE offside off|side 2 [ ɔf,saıd ] noun BRITISH the offside the side of a vehicle… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • offside — also off side, 1867, in various sporting senses, originally in English football; from OFF (Cf. off) + SIDE (Cf. side) (n.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Off — or OFF may refer to: OFF! (band), American hardcore punk band OFF (acronym for Organization for Fun) pseudonym for German DJ and singer Sven Väth Off (album), an album by Ciwan Haco OFF!, an insect repellent Off side, one half of the cricket… …   Wikipedia

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