English → English - ball

n. object with a spherical shape; round toy used in games such as baseball and basketball; game of baseball; formal dance; (Vulgar Slang) testis, testicle
v. make into a ball; form into a ball; mess up; hump, engage in sexual intercourse (Vulgar Slang)
n. ball, object with a spherical shape; round toy used in games such as baseball and basketball; formal dance; benefit ball, social dance which is intended to raise money for a certain cause

English → Spanish - ball

s. pelota, balón, bola, objeto de forma esférica; objeto redondo para jugar juegos tales como el béisbol o el básquet; juego de béisbol; baile formal; (Jerga vulgar) testículo
v. dar forma de bola, apelotonar; hacer lío; montar a, tener relaciones sexuales (Jerga vulgar)

English → French - ball

n. boule, objet rond et sphérique; balle (tennis); ballon, jouet de forme ronde utilisé dans plusieurs jeux (Football, basket, rugby); bille (billard); balle (fusil); boulet; pelote (laine, ficelle); boulette; lentillle (pendule); jeu de baseball; bal (danse); couilles (Vulgaire), testicules
v. agglomérer; baller; mettre en pelote, former une boule; s'agglomérer; s'arrondir; abîmer, bousiller; détériorer (Argot); entreprendre des relations sexuelles (Familier-Vulgaire)

English → German - ball

n. Spielball; Ball in Spiele wie Baseball und Basketball benutzt; rundes Objekt; Ball (großes Fest); (vulgärer Slang) Hoden
v. kugeln; in Kugelform verwandeln; ruinieren; (vulgärer Slang) Geschlechtsverkehr haben, ficken

English → Indonesian - ball

n. bola, bal, pesta dansa, jantung, gumpal
v. menggulungkan

English → Italian - ball

s. palla, oggetto di forma sferica; pallone usato nel gioco del baseball e basketball; gioco del baseball; ballo formale
v. appallottolare, fare una palla; fare un pasticcio; avere un rapporto sessuale (slang volgare)

English → Polish - ball

n. piłka, kula, kulka, piguła, pigułka, kłębek, gałka, poduszka, brzusiec, bal
a. kulkowy, balowy

English → Portuguese - ball

s. bola, esfera, globo; baile
v. dar formato de bola; formar em bola; desorganizar; ter relações sexuais (Gíria Vulgar)

English → Romanian - ball

n. bilă, minge, balon, cocoloş, boţ, bulgăre, nucă, glonte, ghem, mototol, păpuşă, bal
v. face ghem, cocoloşi

English → Russian - ball

с. шар, шарик, ком, комок; мяч; удар; пуля, ядро; бейсбол; пилюля; клубок; подушечка пальца; чепуха; бал, танцевальный вечер
г. собирать в клубок, свивать, свиваться, собираться в клубок

English → Turkish - ball

f. yumak yapmak, top yapmak, fişek atmak
i. top, küre, bilye, misket, gülle, yumak, yuvar, top oyunu, top mermisi, balo; ilaç (at)

English → Ukrainian - ball

n. м'яч, куля, ядро, бейсбол, пілюля, бал, танцювальний вечір, дурниця: дурниці, клубок
v. збирати в клубок, стискатися в клубок, плутати, провалитися на іспитах
a. бальний, шариковий

German → English - ball

n. object with a spherical shape; round toy used in games such as baseball and basketball; game of baseball; formal dance; (Vulgar Slang) testis, testicle

English → Dutch - ball

zn. bal; bal (dansfeest)
ww. tot bal vormen; tot een bal maken; klonteren; deelnemen aan geslachtsgemeenschap

English → Greek - ball

ουσ. μπάλα, τόπι, μπίλια, σφαίρα, χοροεσπερίδα, χοροεσπερίς

German → Spanish - ball

n. pelota (f), balón (m), bola (f), globo (m), baile (m), danza (f)

German → French - ball

n. balle (f), boule (f), ballon (m), bal (m)

German → Italian - ball

n. palla (f), bilia (f), sfera (f), pallone (m), ballo (m)

German → Russian - ball

n. мяч (m), шар (m), шарик (m), ком (m), бал (m)

German → Turkish - ball

i. top (m), balo (m)

German → Dutch - ball

bal ,Bol

English → Arabic - ball

‏كرة، حفلة راقصة، رصاصة، جسم مستدير من الإنسان، نزهة، لعبة من ألعاب الكرة‏
‏كور، كتل، تكور‏

English → Chinese - ball

(名) 球; 人体的球状部位; 球状体; 眼球#舞会; 快乐的时光
(动) 使成球形; 呈球状

English → Chinese - ball

(名) 球; 人體的球狀部位; 球狀體; 眼球#舞會; 快樂的時光
(動) 使成球形; 呈球狀

English → Hindi - ball

n. गोल, गोला, गोलक, गेंद
v. लच्छे में जाना
a. गेंद, गोला, सामाजिक नृत्यविशेष, नृत्यसभा

English → Japanese - ball

(名) 球状のもの; ボール, 球, 野球やバスケットボールなどに使用するもの; 野球の試合; 公式のダンス; (低俗)睾丸
(動) 球状にする; 丸める; 散らかす; 性交する(低俗)

English → Korean - ball

명. 구형의 물체; 야구나 농구 등의 경기에 사용되는 공; 무도회
동. 공 같이 둥글게 되다, 공 같이 둥글게 만들다, 신나게 놀다

English → Vietnamese - ball

n. hòn tròn, quả cầu, banh, đạn, hòn dái
v. làm thành cuộn

German → Chinese - ball


Definition of ball

1. A solid or hollow sphere, or part thereof.
A ball of spittle;   a fecal ball
1. A quantity of string, thread, etc., wound into a spherical shape.
A ball of wool;   a ball of twine
2. Ballistics A solid, spherical nonexplosive missile for a cannon, etc.
3. A roundish protuberant portion of some part of the body.
The ball of the thumb;   the ball of the foot
4. Anatomy The front of the bottom of the foot, just behind the toes.
5. The globe; the earthly sphere.
6. Mathematics The set of points in a metric space lying within a given distance (the radius) of a given point; specifically, the homologue of the disk in a Euclidean space of any number of dimensions.
7. More generally The set of points in a topological space lying within some open set containing a given point; the analogue of the disk in a Euclidean space.
8. An object, generally spherical, used for playing games.
2. The use of a round or ellipsoidal object.
9. Any simple game involving a ball.
The children were playing ball on the beach.
The children were playing ball in the garden.
10. Baseball A pitch that falls outside of the strike zone.
11. Pinball An opportunity to launch the pinball into play.
If you get to a million points, you get another ball.
12. Cricket A single delivery by the bowler, six of which make up an over.
13. Soccer A pass; a kick of the football towards a teammate.
3. A testicle.
14. Nonsense.
That’s a load of balls, and you know it! — Synonyms — See Wikisaurus:nonsense
15. Courage.
I doubt he’s got the balls to tell him off.
4. A leather-covered cushion, fastened to a handle called a ballstock; formerly used by printers for inking the form, then superseded by the roller.
5. A large pill, a form in which medicine was given to horses; a bolus.
6. To form or wind into a ball.
To ball cotton
7. To heat in a furnace and form into balls for rolling.
8. To have sexual intercourse with.
9. To gather balls which cling to the feet, as of damp snow or clay; to gather into balls.
The horse balls; the snow balls.
10. To be hip or cool.
12. An appeal by the crowd for holding the ball against a tackled player. This is heard almost any time an opposition player is tackled, without regard to whether the rules about "prior opportunity" to dispose of the ball are fulfilled.
2007: A good tackle (and some bad ones) will bring a cry of "Ball!" from the crowd – a plea for a holding the ball free kick. — AFL Sydney Swans Rules Zone
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Verb Forms

Present participle: balling
Present: ball (3.person: balls)
Past: balled
Future: will ball
Present conditional: would ball
Present Perfect: have balled (3.person: has balled)
Past Perfect: had balled
Future Perfect: will have balled
Past conditional: would have balled
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