hit a volley

hit a volley
ударить с лёта

English-Russian sports dictionary. - Russkiy yazyk Media. . 2006.

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  • Volley squash — is a form of volleyball played within a squash court or similar sized enclosed space with a high ceiling. An eight foot high net is placed at halfway across the squash court and a soft blowup ball similar in size to a football is used. Played by… …   Wikipedia

  • Volley (tennis) — Tim Henman is a serve and volleyer well known around the tennis community for his excellent touch …   Wikipedia

  • volley — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 of stones, bullets, etc. VERB + VOLLEY ▪ fire, launch, unleash ▪ The police fired a volley of bullets over the heads of the crowd. PREPOSITION ▪ volley  …   Collocations dictionary

  • volley — vol|ley1 [ˈvɔli US ˈva:li] n [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: volée flight , from voler to fly , from Latin volare] 1.) a large number of bullets, rocks etc shot or thrown through the air at the same time volley of ▪ a volley of bullets 2.) a… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • volley — 1 noun (C) 1 a large number of shots fired from a gun at the same time (+ of): a volley of bullets 2 a lot of questions, insults, attacks etc that are all said or made at the same time (+ of): a volley of abuse | a volley of blows 3 a hit in… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • volley — n. simultaneous discharge of weapons 1) to fire a volley tennis ball in flight 2) (to hit a ball) on the volley * * * [ vɒlɪ] [ simultaneous discharge of weapons ] to fire a volley [ tennis ball in flight ] (to hit a ball) on the volley …   Combinatory dictionary

  • volley — [[t]vɒ̱li[/t]] volleys, volleying, volleyed 1) VERB In sport, if someone volleys the ball, they hit it before it touches the ground. [V n prep/adv] He volleyed the ball spectacularly into the far corner of the net... McNeil volleyed more… …   English dictionary

  • volley — I UK [ˈvɒlɪ] / US [ˈvɑlɪ] noun [countable] Word forms volley : singular volley plural volleys 1) a lot of questions, insults etc all spoken or made at the same time a volley of abuse 2) a) a lot of objects that move through the air a volley of… …   English dictionary

  • volley — I. noun (plural volleys) Etymology: Middle French volee flight, from voler to fly, from Old French, from Latin volare Date: 1573 1. a. a flight of missiles (as arrows) b. simultaneous discharge of a number of missile weapons c. one round per gun… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • volley — vol|ley1 [ vali ] noun count 1. ) volley of a lot of questions, insults, etc. all spoken or made at the same time: a volley of abuse a ) a lot of objects that move through the air: a volley of bullets b ) a lot of shots from guns at the same time …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • hit — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 act of hitting sth/sb ADJECTIVE ▪ direct VERB + HIT ▪ deliver, give sth, land, make, score ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

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