goalkeeper

[n] - the soccer or hockey player assigned to protect the goal 2. [n] - the defensive position on an ice hockey or soccer or lacrosse team who stands in front of the goal and tries to prevent opposing players from scoring
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Goalkeeper

CIWS utilising 30mm gatling gun
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goalkeeper

goalie noun the defensive position on an ice hockey or soccer or lacrosse team who stands in front of the goal and tries to prevent opposing players from scoring
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goalkeeper

(from the article `football (soccer)`) ...wear jerseys with numbers, shorts, and socks that designate the team for whom they are playing. Shoes and shin guards must be worn. The two teams ...
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Goalkeeper

Goalkeeper is British slang for the ace in a deck of playing cards.
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goalkeeper

the heavily padded player who guards the goal; prevents opponents from scoring by stopping the puck any way he can.
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Goalkeeper

the player positioned directly in front of the goal who tries to prevent shots from getting into the net behind him; the only player allowed to use his hands and arms, though only within the penalty area.
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Goalkeeper

Goalkeeper is a ship borne close-in weapon system (CIWS) consisting of a 30 mm seven-barrel gun which provides a rate of fire of over 4,000 rounds per minute. Range is 200 m to 3 km. The system also includes tracking and search radar and a TV camera.
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Goalkeeper

the player positioned directly in front of the goal who tries to prevent shots from getting into the net behind him; the only player allowed to use his hands and arms, though only within the penalty area.
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goalkeeper

This is the soccer term, sometimes shortened to goalie, or keeper. Beware of imitations, especially one labeled "goaltender." The trouble with goaltender is that it is a hockey term and it is likely to bring with it ideas that cannot be applied to soccer. A hockey goaltender is frequently credited with having "registered a shutout," and with a smal...
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Goalkeeper

[association football] Goalkeeper, often shortened to keeper or goalie, is one of the major positions of association football. It is the most specialised position in the sport. The goalkeeper`s primary role is to prevent the opposing team from successfully moving the ball over the defended goal-line (between the posts and under the crossbar...
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Goalkeeper

The goalkeeper is the player closest to their own goal and has the job of preventing the opposition from scoring. They are the only player on the pitch that can handle the ball in open play, but only in their own penalty area.[45] Known informally as a keeper or a goalie.
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Goalkeeper

No. 1, player in football and hurling whose job it is to prevent goals being scored.
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Goalkeeper

The specialized player who is the last line of defense, who is allowed to control the ball with his hands when in the goal area.
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Goalkeeper

The heavily padded player who guards the goal; prevents opponents from scoring by stopping the puck
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