Innings

An inning, or innings, is a fixed-length segment of a game in any of a variety of sports – most notably baseball and cricket – during which one team attempts to score while the other team attempts to prevent the first from scoring. In many other sports, the length of the game is dictated by a clock and teams swap offensive and defensive roles ...
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innings

(from the article `cricket`) At the start of a match, the captain who wins the toss of a coin decides whether his own or the other side shall take first innings—i.e., proceed ...
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innings

noun the batting turn of a cricket player or team
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Innings

[cricket] In cricket, a team`s innings usually lasts until 10 of the 11 batsmen in the team are out, leaving the not out batsman without a partner and thus unable to continue, or until another event intervenes (such as the captain of the team declaring the innings closed for tactical reasons; or the time allotted for the entire game expirin...
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innings

[n] - the batting turn of a cricket player or team
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