In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1also ice hockey
EEUUhockey sobre hielo masculino(player/game) (before noun) de hockey sobre hielohockey puck — disco masculino
- hockey rink — pista de hockey sobre hielo
- There is no indication what the surface was, but it served for all manner of games from football to hockey, to cricket.
- The centre is host to a number of different sports including hockey, soccer and cricket.
- But this time on the synthetic turf pitches that are an integral part of the modern game of hockey.
- Major team sports include rugby, soccer and cricket for boys and hockey and netball for girls.
- She is in Huntington School girls' football team and enjoys playing hockey and netball.
- Andy Gard was a healthy teenager who loved all sports and played hockey for his county.
- After half an hour a few more people start to turn up and the hockey gets under way.
- Vicky has physiotherapy every day at school and plays hockey for the school team.
- It was a night of disappointment for Orkney on Friday as the senior football and hockey teams lost out.
- Now children have the choice of all these plus football, hockey and gymnastics.
- It will mean we'll be able to extend our facilities for hockey, football, netball and basketball.
- The garden is situated beyond the Camellia House, behind the wall that runs alongside the hockey pitch.
- So successfully in fact, that she was picked for Kent's youth teams for both hockey and cricket.
- The second-half saw an excellent game of hockey with both teams determined to dominate.
- What Indian players need is competitive hockey rather than long overdrawn camps.
- In truth, though, Oxford did not produce the hockey they are no doubt capable of in the second period.
- Football, hockey and tennis will be available for both school and community use.
- Admittedly, hockey is a team game, and we cannot attribute all losses just to one person.
- The team will need to tighten its defence, play possession hockey and score more goals if it is not to be relegated.
- Kevin, a goal keeper, plays hockey all over the world as his work takes him to new places.
2Britanico(played on grass)hockey (sobre hierba) masculino
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