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Translation of "polo" - English-Spanish dictionary

polo

noun [no plural]   /ˈpəʊ·ləʊ/
a game played between two teams who ride horses and hit a ball with long, wooden hammers polo
(Definition of polo from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

polo

noun /ˈpəuləu/
a game like hockey, played on horseback. polo
polo-neck noun
(a garment especially a sweater with) a high, close-fitting part around the neck de cuello alto He was wearing a polo-neck (also adjective) a polo-neck sweater.
(Definition of polo from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “polo”
in Korean 폴로경기…
in Arabic رِياضة البولو…
in Malaysian polo…
in French polo…
in Russian поло…
in Chinese (Traditional) 馬球…
in Italian polo…
in Turkish polo oyunu, at üstünde takımlarla uzun bir sopa ile topa vurmaya dayalı oyun…
in Polish polo…
in Vietnamese môn pôlô…
in Portuguese polo…
in Thai กีฬาโปโล…
in German das Polo…
in Catalan polo…
in Japanese ポロ(馬に乗りスティックで球を打つ競技)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 马球…
in Indonesian permainan polo…
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