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thanks @tchrist!
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Ok, then "dangerous" describes #4 best, and 'deadly' is an overall good rating for a player, right? I didn't seen ELL yet, thanks for noticing.
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You can't say "A is better than B" if A is only more deadly in one skill (for example scoring when in front of Goal) but B is a better player overall, meaning player B is better for the team overall, but player A is more capable of scoring a goal.
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@ElendilTheTall There are strikers who are more deadly than others. How would you say that without the word "deadly"? :) I don't think there is enough time to say this: "This striker is more capable of scoring than the other." in a live coverage.
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@J.R. I think this is the same as gólveszélyes (#4) not the same definition, but it describes exactly the skill I was looking for.
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Are you sure English have no special word for noting a player more capable of scoring a goal than his teammates? Also why is "deadly" in this context? What's the meaning? Is "deadly" more a general term is somebody is better in something?
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Unfortunately, every link of this website is giving me a white blank page. :(
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