crossing patterns, am. football termen

Dutch translation: gekruist patroon

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English term or phrase:crossing patterns (Am football term)
Dutch translation:gekruist patroon
Entered by: Jacqueline van der Spek

14:36 Jan 24, 2003
English to Dutch translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: crossing patterns, am. football termen
"B-52 is a move where crossing pattern is applied"

NB weet iemand een goeie site waar ik (veel) american football termen in het nederlands kan opzoeken?
sammi
Local time: 22:05
Een B-52 is een spelbeweging waarbij een gekruist patroon wordt toegepast
Explanation:
I don't know if you should translate all the terms, see my references, they almost all use the original US words

http://www.blackangels.org/html-files/spelregels_tackle.htm
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2 +3Een B-52 is een spelbeweging waarbij een gekruist patroon wordt toegepast
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Een B-52 is een spelbeweging waarbij een gekruist patroon wordt toegepast


Explanation:
I don't know if you should translate all the terms, see my references, they almost all use the original US words

http://www.blackangels.org/html-files/spelregels_tackle.htm


    Reference: http://web.planet.nl/specials/superbowl/stappen.shtml
    Reference: http://www.amerika.nl/html/americana/sport/footregels.htm
Jacqueline van der Spek
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Satie
2 days 16 hrs
  -> thank you!

agree  AllisonK: I'm inclined to say "don't translate" also
3 days 22 hrs
  -> you mean the crossed pattern thingy? I think you've got a point there

agree  Hans Vandecappelle: with abklein
11 days
  -> dank je wel, Hans
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