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  • noun Plural form of World Cup.

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Examples

  • He's the world record-holder, went 4 for 4 in fall World Cups and is favored to win the gold medal.

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  • Americans had shown in 1994 and 1999 that they could stage sold-out and immensely profitable men's and women's World Cups and a repeat performance was promised.

    latimes.com - News

  • Dellacamera, ESPN's MLS voice, is the veteran of six World Cups (five TV, one radio), four Women's World Cups and two Summer Olympics.

    NY Daily News

  • He's the world record-holder, went 4 for 4 in fall World Cups and is favored to win the gold medal.

    JSOnline.com

  • He's the world record-holder, went 4 for 4 in fall World Cups and is favored to win the gold medal.

    JSOnline.com

  • "It's always sad," the veteran of eight World Cups said.

    IOL: News

  • The documentary reveals research from the last three World Cups shows that the side taking the first kick in penalty shootouts is seven times more likely to win.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • The documentary reveals research from the last three World Cups shows that the side taking the first kick in penalty shootouts is seven times more likely to win.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • "It's always sad," the veteran of eight World Cups said.

    IOL: News

  • He's the world record-holder, went 4 for 4 in fall World Cups and is favored to win the gold medal.

    JSOnline.com

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