striker

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striker

1. any part in a mechanical device that strikes something, such as the firing pin of a gun
2. Soccer informal an attacking player, esp one who generally positions himself near his opponent's goal in the hope of scoring
3. Cricket the batsman who is about to play a ball
4. 
a. a person who harpoons whales or fish
b. the harpoon itself

striker

[‚strī·kər]
(ordnance)
A firing pin or a projection on the hammer of a firearm, which strikes the primer to initiate a propelling charge explosive train or a fuse explosive train.

striker

A slightly beveled metal plate, set in the jamb of a door to receive and guide a door latch to its socket in closing.
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The attacking strikes came from Ramadan Sobhi and Momen Zakaria on the wings and powerful striker Evouna was up front using the attacking flow from right back Ahmed Fathi and left back Sabri Raheel.
Jones has scored just one goal in his last 15 appearances, but Redknapp is certain the powerful striker will be the main threat to his team's European ambitions in today's Premier League fixture.
Only a terrific save by Cardiff keeper Kasper Schmeichel, on loan from Manchester City, prevented the powerful striker from netting his fifth goal of the season.
Adrian Grant, the world No 13, now faces John White, the world No 5 and a powerful striker of the ball.
"And at Manchester United at the moment with Jose, he likes that big powerful striker up front to hold it up.
Indeed with the game nearing the end and Kodjia shuffling his way to the touchline once again, Rowett admitted gave the powerful striker a few words of advice.
The powerful striker (left) has scored 80 goals in the last four seasons and his status at Vicarage Road is bordering on legendary.
I am a powerful striker, I am ambitious and just work hard for the team as either a number nine or a number 10, straight down the middle, that is where I operate the best, or I think so anyway."
After scoring 15 goals this campaign thanks to a late-season surge, those big name sides are again being strongly linked with a move for the powerful striker, but manager Sherwood is hopeful he will stay put.
Inevitably, the powerful striker was lured away and ended up at Falkirk where he became a team-mate of Alex Ferguson.
The powerful striker replaced the anonymous Danny Graham at half time and made an immediate impact - going down for the penalty that was, and then wasn't.
Arsenal took an early lead at the Emirates through forward Olivier Giroud but Benteke equalised from the rebound after having a penalty saved and the powerful striker fired home another spot-kick after 62 minutes.