google search volleyball jargon and your answer should be under wikipedia
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TERMINOLOGIES IN FRONT OFFICE
Well there are many terminologies in volleyball. Most are obvious, like serve. Others include "Bump" (also called a "Dig"), "Set", & "Spike" (also know as "Hit" or "Kill")
Bump, pass, attack, hit, spike, free, front, back, block, no middle, no right, no outside, setter out, serve recive.
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Bump, set, spike, dink, dig, dive, serve, open handed spike,closed handed spike, underhand serve, overhand serve.
That is a very broad question. Are you asking just to provide some general terminologies? Or are there certain terminologies you want to know the meaning of?
They are the same, different providers and software manufacturers use different terminologies. A similar observation is for sign out and log out.
The terminologies used for different types of guests can include business travelers. Various types of guests include families, tourists, elderly, and professionals.
You don't use bats in volleyball, and you don't use nets in softball. Teams are different sizes. Balls are different sizes. Scoring system is that. Volleyball courts are very different from softball fields in size and composition.Other than that they are practically the same game.
how is volleyball different then tennis