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    #1

    to dodge out the ball

    Hi,

    Would anybody explain me the meaning of the underlined expression in the sentence below. It is supposed to refer to a fooball game situation.

    He dodged out the ball and all the others ran after.

    Thanks.

    Lada

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    Re: to dodge out the ball

    Quote Originally Posted by lada.petkova@mail.bg View Post
    Hi,

    Would anybody explain me the meaning of the underlined expression in the sentence below. It is supposed to refer to a fooball game situation.

    He dodged out the ball and all the others ran after.

    Thanks.

    Lada
    Not heard/said in AmE.

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