Definition of roble
: any of several oaks of California and Mexico
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Robles, 33, is the franchise’s leader in career shutouts (43), goals-against average (1.30), victories (73), games (157) and minutes played (14,130).
Robles made the save but the ball dribbled into the next.
Robles, who had been waiting in a car outside, came to the door and knocked.
Robles scored his first on a 25-yard volley from the right corner, and the second on a header off a pass from Brian Ocampo.
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Origin and Etymology of roble
American Spanish, from Spanish, oak, from Latin robur
First Known Use: 1814See Words from the same year
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