Word: forehand

Category: forehand

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Related words: forehand

tennis forehand, forehand grip, federer forehand, forehand backhand, forehand in tennis, tennis grip, forehand tennis grip, topspin forehand, nadal forehand, forehand slow motion, djokovic forehand, forehand disc golf, modern forehand, forehand arms, forehand frisbee throw, frisbee forehand

Synonyms: forehand

forehanded

Translations: forehand

spanish
derechazo, derecha, golpe de derecha, de derecha, cuarto delantero


german
vorderhand, vorhand

french
primauté

italian
diritto, dritto, treno anteriore, di dritto

portuguese
golpe, de forehand, do golpe

dutch
voorbaat, voorhand, voordelige positie, de forehand

russian
заблаговременный, удар

norwegian
forhånd, forparten, på forehand

finnish
kämmenlyönti, kämmenen

danish
forparten

czech
forhend

polish
forhend, przód, czołowy, czoło, prowadzenie

hungarian
tenyeres ütés, tenyeres, a tenyeres, lótest első része

turkish
sağ vuruş, bir forehand, forehand vuruşlarında

greek
το forehand, forehand της, forehand του

ukrainian
удар справа, удару справа

albanian
avantazh, goditje ballore, avantazh i, avantazh të, me pëllëmbën përpara

bulgarian
форхенд, предницата, форхенда, форхенд се

belarusian
ўдар справа

estonian
eestkäe-, eeskäelöök, pärilöök

croatian
forhend, pravovremen

lithuanian
iš dešinės, Forhend, smūgis iš dešinės, arklio korpuso priešakinė dalis, Priekinė dalis korpuso arkliui

latvian
zirga priekšdaļa, zirga

macedonian
форхенд, форхендот, форхенд се, форхенд во

romanian
cel mai din față, de forehand, parte principală, parte a calului dinaintea călărețului

slovenian
Pravočasno

slovak
forhend, forhand

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The meaning and "use of": forehand

noun
  • (in tennis and other racket sports) a stroke played with the palm of the hand facing in the direction of the stroke.
  • the part of a horse in front of the saddle.

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