Place-kick



[pleys-kik] /ˈpleɪsˌkɪk/ Football.

verb (used with object)
1.
to make (a field goal or point after touchdown) by a .
2.
to kick (the ball) as held for a .
verb (used without object)
3.
to make a .
noun, Football.
1.
a kick in which the ball is held nearly upright on the ground either by means of a tee or by a teammate, as in a kickoff, an attempt at a field goal, etc.
Compare , 1 (def 1).
noun
1.
a kick in which the ball is placed in position before it is kicked
verb
2.
to kick (a ball) using a place kick
n.

1845, originally in rugby, from place + kick (n.). Related: Place-kicking.

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