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Spanish translation of “relay”

relay

verb /riˈlei/ (past tense, past participle relayed)
to receive and pass on (news, a message, a television programme/program etc).
retransmitir
relay race noun a race between teams of runners, swimmers etc , in which the members of the team run, swim etc one after another, each covering one part of the total distance to be run, swum etc
carrera de relevos
He is competing in the relay race.
in relays in groups which perform some job, task etc one after another, one group starting when another group stops
por relevos
During the flood, firemen and policemen worked in relays to rescue people who were trapped.
(Definition of relay from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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