Definition of out-half in English:

out-half

Line breaks: out-half

noun

Rugby
  • another term for stand-off half.
    More example sentences
    • But the out-half shanked the conversion, perhaps a fitting post - script to a French performance that was strangely misguided.
    • The out-half stepped inside the cover to score.
    • His eye-line was low to the ground, his brain too busy processing the running angle of the opposition out-half.

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