Foul-line meaning

Either of two straight lines extending from the rear of home plate to the outer edge of the playing field and indicating the area in which a fair ball can be hit.
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A line 15 feet in front of each backboard from which players shoot foul shots.
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A boundary limiting the permissible movements of a player, as on a bowling alley or in a field event.
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Either of the lines extending from home plate through the outside corners of first base or third base and onward to the end of the outfield.
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A free-throw line.
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Any of various lines bounding the playing area, outside of which the ball must not be hit, the player must not go, etc.
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(basketball) A line from which a player takes a free throw.
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(baseball, softball) One of the two lines on the edge of a field marking the area inside which a fair ball may be hit.
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(bowling) A line between the lane and the approach, which the bowler must not cross.
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