Definition of lap of honour in English:

lap of honour

Line breaks: lap of hon¦our

noun

A celebratory circuit of a sports field or track by the person or team that has won a contest.
More example sentences
  • I don't know if it's overlooked, I mean all the players will be playing for it, and I'm pretty sure at the end of the game everyone sits back to watch who won it, and then watch their teams do the lap of honour.
  • It was Liechtenstein's first point in a competitive game and their players did a lap of honour to celebrate.
  • The England rugby team did not perform a lap of honour.

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