mill-uh-titch
n. one who militiches.
v. to stall, in the context of an athletic competition, usually with the intention of securing a victory.
Wrestling: "Aww, c'mon. He's just holding him there waiting for the time to run out. He's militiching him!"
Football: The quarterback militiched by dropping to a knee until the clock ran out.
作者 Eric Ibrey Dean 2005年8月23日

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