Translation of drop kick in Spanish:

drop kick

n

  • (in rugby) botepronto (m); (in wrestling) patada (f) voladora
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    • Storm clouds could pile in from the Antarctic, but it was still possible to bounce the ball and let fly with a drop kick.
    • Jonny Wilkinson became an overnight household name after scoring the last-minute drop kick which won England the rugby World Cup last November on a rainy night in Sydney.
    • It doesn't matter if it's all penalties or a drop kick from the halfway line in the last minute of the match which gives you victory, a win is a win.
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    • A drop kick caught her by surprise, and she was hurled backwards by its supernatural force.
    • One theory is that this was inflicted by some kind of kung fu or karate drop kick.
    • I followed that up with a drop kick to the chest, and a snap kick to the temple.

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