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Translation of "athlete" - English-Spanish dictionary

athlete

noun /ˈӕθliːt/
a person who is good at sport, especially running, jumping etc atleta Hundreds of athletes participated in the games. athletic /-ˈle-/ adjective of athletics atlético He is taking part in the athletic events. good at athletics; strong and able to move easily and quickly atlético She looks very athletic. athletics /-ˈle-/ noun singular the sports of running, jumping etc or competitions in these atletismo Athletics was my favourite activity at school.
(Definition of athlete from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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