English to Arabic Meaning :: wicket

Wicket :
بوابة صغيرة
بوابة صغيرة, الوكت بكرة الكركيت - بوابة صغيرةبوابة صغيرةيكت
 
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Noun(1) Cricket equipment consisting of a set of three stumps topped by crosspieces(2) Used in playing cricket(3) A small arch used as croquet equipment(4) Small gate or door (especially one that is part of a larger door)(5) Small opening (like a window in a door) through which business can be transacted(6) Hoop

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(1) Yes, it's the fast bowler strutting his stuff: running up to the wicket ; wrecking a batsman's stumps.(2) The wicket and outfield was so batsman friendly that any batsman worth his salt could have turned the match on its head.(3) You can spend some time at the crease, get used to the bowler's action, the ground, the wicket .(4) When they inspected the wicket, they found it being rolled by some prisoners(5) So we sat around while a new wicket was prepared and cut, which was the only way of playing.(6) The fact that the wicket was a perfect batting strip makes it more disappointing.(7) The barred wicket opened and shut, and the door creaked ajar.(8) As to privacy, Mr Husain complained of the wicket in the door.(9) Man-of-the-match Hill snatched four quick wickets as the home side found themselves in disarray on 47-6.(10) It's a great place to play cricket and the wickets are probably the best batting wickets in the world.(11) Dringhouses maintained their good start in division two as they beat a fancied Sewerby side by four wickets .(12) But if the bowler can knock the bails off the wickets , the batsman is out.(13) They went on to win by four wickets when the winning runs were scored in the 16th over.(14) Each player takes a croquet mallet and must only use the striking end, not the side, when moving their ball through the croquet wickets .(15) The aisle also wears a green colour complete with wickets and bails.(16) It thus becomes important for us to prepare fast and bouncy wickets at home, so that our batsmen get used to these surfaces.
Related Words
(1) wicket keeper ::
حارس بوابة صغيرة
(2) sticky wicket ::
بوابة صغيرة لزجة
Synonyms
Noun
1. grille ::
مصبغة
2. hoop ::
طارة
3. wicket gate ::
بوابه فرعيه
Different Forms
wicket, wickets
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