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no-ball

Translation of no-ball in Spanish:

noun

  • (in cricket)
    lanzamiento (masculine) inválido
    Example sentences
    • I propose that each batsman face only 90 balls (excluding no-balls and wides) and has to retire at the end of it if he is unbeaten.
    • His first ball was a no-ball, his second a full-toss, and his third ripped out of the rough for two byes.
    • Defending their modest 151 total, Bangladesh made life even more difficult for themselves by conceding 30 extras including 12 no-balls and 10 wides.

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