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  • league — I UK [liːɡ] / US [lɪɡ] noun [countable] Word forms league : singular league plural leagues *** 1) a group of teams or players who regularly compete against one another, put in order according to how many points they have won the Italian first… …   English dictionary

  • league — {{11}}league (n.1) alliance, mid 15c., ligg, from M.Fr. ligue confederacy, league (15c.), from It. lega, from legare to tie, to bind, from L. ligare to bind (see LIGAMENT (Cf. ligament)). Originally among nations, subsequently extended to… …   Etymology dictionary

  • League of Polish Families — Infobox Political Party party name = League of Polish Families party colorcode = #0000FF leader = Mirosław Orzechowski foundation = 30 May 2001 ideology = National conservatism headquarters = ul. Hoża 9, 00 528 Warsaw europarl = 5 MEPs in Union… …   Wikipedia

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  • league — I. n. 1. Alliance, confederation, confederacy, combination, coalition, union. 2. Three (geographical) miles. II. v. n. Unite, combine, confederate, band, form a league, form an alliance …   New dictionary of synonyms

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