Definition of inning. 1 a : a division of a baseball game consisting of a turn at bat for each team also : a baseball team's turn at bat ending with the third out. b innings plural in form but singular or plural in construction : a division of a cricket match. c : a player's turn (as in horseshoes, pool, or croquet)
in·ning. (ĭn′ĭng) n. 1. a. BaseballOne of nine divisions or periods of a regulation game, in which each team has a turn at bat as limited by three outs. b. innings(used with a sing. verb)SportsThe division or period of a cricket game during which one team is at bat. 2.
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Inning definition, a division of a game during which each team has an opportunity to score until three outs have been made against it. See more.
innings definition: 1. the period in a game of cricket in which a team or a player bats (= tries to hit the ball) 2…. Learn more.
noun. (functioning as singular) cricket. the batting turn of a player or team. the runs scored during such a turn. (sometimes singular) a period of opportunity or action. (functioning as plural) land reclaimed from the sea.
Your browser doesn't support HTML5 audio. / ˈɪn·ɪŋ /. a numbered period of play in a game of baseball in which both teams bat (= try to hit the ball), or one team’s turn to bat in one of these periods: Cleveland scored three times in the ninth inning.
1. You can say that someone has had a good inningswhen they have just stopped doing something or are just about to stop doing something, for example a job, that they have been doing successfully for a long time. Note: An innings is a period in a game of cricket during which a particular team or player is batting.
Definition of 'innings'. An innings is a period in a game of cricket during which a particular team or player is batting.