World Cup

  1. a soccer tournament held every four years between national soccer teams to determine a world champion
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How To Use World Cup In A Sentence

  • Of course there's nothing wrong with necking a few beers and getting caught up in the buzz of the World Cup.
  • Although the World Cup is all encompassing at the moment, when it comes to sport there is no more spine-tingling moment than when 65,000 fans at Murrayfield sing ‘Flower of Scotland’.
  • The second was rather less complimentary and said he was more non-League than World Cup winner.
  • But the possible bolters are there, too: two 18-year-olds in Sam Harrison and Laura Trott, both clearly being fast-tracked towards London with a view to riding in the omnium, and a more outside bet in the 20‑year‑old Welshwoman Dani King, who has a chance of a place in the women's team pursuit just a month after her first appearance at a World Cup. Team GB's young pretenders make a bolt for London 2012 Olympic places
  • All wrongs in the world can be fixed by an afternoon snooze - I went to sleep and woke up thinking that England had been knocked out of the world cup by Wales in the semi final.
  • This gap is important in even-numbered years in order to accommodate the spectacle of the World Cup or the Summer Olympics, perhaps even the Commonwealth Games or the European Football championships.
  • Finally, I mentioned earlier the triumphant car hooters being used to celebrate the England win in the World Cup tournament.
  • It's more about continuing improvement, but obviously the end goal has to be to win the World Cup - without making any tub-thumping promises.
  • If there is a perception that the elite end of the game has sometimes become estranged from the volunteers that drive the grassroots, Steele has vowed to bring them back together, using the prize of a home World Cup as the driving force. 2015 will offer us an opportunity in three areas. England can win 2015 World Cup, says RFU chief executive John Steele
  • Luxembourg have entered the World Cup 15 times and finished bottom of their qualifying group every time.
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