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Q: What is the full word for soccer?
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How do you spell soccer?

The word referring to a sport is spelt soccer.

How does a soccer ball work?

the soccer ball is full of air all you have to do is kick the soccer ball and it rolls

Why is soccer called soccer and other countries futball?

Association Football, the full name of soccer or football is where both names derive from. soccer, short for asscociation, formed where distinction was needed between other types of football. the word futball does not exist in any language.

Is soccer ball a compound word?

No. Soccer ball is two words not put together a compound word is two words put together.

Which has a greater density a soccer ball or an aplle and why?

An apple has greater density than a soccer ball because an apple is full of fruit and juice, and a soccer ball is full of air.

Do you capitalize the word soccer ball in a sentence?

Do you capitalize the word soccer in a sentence. For example, I like to play soccer.

What part of speech is the word soccer?

Soccer is a noun.

What does Full-time mean in soccer?

Full time is when a game has ended.

What does full time mean in soccer?

Full time is when a game has ended.

What is the Spanish word for soccer?

The Spanish word for "soccer" is "fútbol", which translates to the English word "football", or "fútbol asociación", which translates to "Association football".

What is the British English word for soccer?

soccer = football "a game of soccer" = "a football match"

Is soccer an adverb?

No, the word soccer is a noun, although widely used as an adjunct (e.g. soccer ball, soccer rules).

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