Sudden-death



noun, Sports.
1.
an overtime period in which a tied contest is won and play is stopped immediately after one of the contestants scores, as in football, or goes ahead, as in golf.
sudden death
noun
1.
(in sports, etc) an extra game or contest to decide the winner of a tied competition
2.
an unexpected or quick death
sucky

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