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Autor:  Cleber Caldas
E-mail:  ccaldas@webcable.com.br
Data:  04/JUL/2007 4:44 PM
Assunto:  HAT -TRICK

In Ice Hockey, it is considered a "hat-trick" when a player scores three times in a game, regardless it was in a row or not. Soccer "hat-trick" comes from hockey "hat-trick".


Maybe you could write "not Robinho scoring three times" or something like that.


Just keep in mind that a "hat-trick" is such a common expression in sports, and many students who follow sports, especially American sports, could already be familiar with this expression. I bet you might find at least one who already knows the meaning of it. Maybe it is not even worth to substitute it as many of them would even find it cool to know about it, if they still don't.


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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
HAT -TRICK  –  Lika  02/JUL/2007, 8:58 PM
HAT -TRICK  –  Tiago T.  03/JUL/2007, 12:10 AM
Pull off that HAT -TRICK  –  Márcio Farias  03/JUL/2007, 8:18 AM
HAT -TRICK  –  m rob  03/JUL/2007, 7:44 PM
HAT -TRICK  –  Dale/CR  03/JUL/2007, 1:00 AM
HAT -TRICK  –  Lika  03/JUL/2007, 8:01 PM
 HAT -TRICK  –  Cleber Caldas  04/JUL/2007, 4:44 PM

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