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lacrosse
American English: /ləˈkrɔs/
British English: /ləˈkrɒs/

Translation of lacrosse in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • The club, originally formed in 1872, hosts cricket, tennis, hockey, squash, racquet ball and lacrosse.
    • Now of course, this game wasn't called lacrosse by native Americans; they had all sorts of different names for it.
    • Even in indoor lacrosse they dress like hockey goalies, with a huge chest protector and huge gloves.

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