In basketball, an intentional foul is deliberately committed by a defensive player with a purpose to stop the play. The penalty or penalties of an intentional foul are foul shots from the fouled player in exchange for ball possession.
It is a mixture of charging, traveling, and picking & rolling, == ==
In US high school and college, and international play a player is disqualified after their 5th personal foul. In the NBA a player is disqualified after their 6th personal foul.
foul as in; foul smell: nauseabond, infect, sale foul as in; foul play: jeu deloyal (malveillance)
In the game of baseball there is no rule as to the number. A player can continue to foul balls off for hours. One exception to this rule; A player is out if there are 2 strikes and he/she fouls an attempted bunt. Many recreational and competitive softball leagues state a hitter is out upon a foul ball on third strike. In basketball in American college and international competition, a player is disqualified when they pick up their fifth foul. In the NBA, a player is disqualified on the sixth foul.
When it is an offensive foul.
If it is offsides its a team foul if its charging or illegal contact to another player its a personal foul
Foul (as in foul ball) and fowl (as in a bird)
yes because it is a type of foul
Usually fair is given as the antonym for foul, as in foul play, foul weather, etc. There are many others, however, as there are several definitions of foul to begin with.
Yes. Once a ball is called a foul, it remains a foul. It can not become anything besides a foul.
No it's when you foul Someone without touching him .