sport translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "sport" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /spoːt/
games or competitions involving physical activity
She’s very keen on sport of all kinds.
a particular game or amusement of this kind
Hunting, shooting and fishing are not sports I enjoy.
a good-natured and obliging person
buena persona
He’s a good sport to agree to do that for us!
fun; amusement
I only did it for sport.
sporting adjective of, or concerned with, sports
the sporting world.
(opposite unsporting) showing fairness and kindness or generosity, especially if unexpected
a sporting gesture.
sports adjective (American also sport) designed, or suitable, for sport
a sports centre sports equipment.
sporty adjective ( comparative sportier, superlative sportiest) (especially British) (of a person) liking or good at sport; athletic
She’s quite a sporty person.
(of clothes) attractive in a bright informal way
a sporty jacket.
(of a car) fast, elegant, and expensive.
sports car noun a small, fast car with only two seats.
coche deportivo
sports jacket noun a type of jacket for men, designed for casual wear.
chaqueta de sport
sportsman /ˈspoːts-/ noun ( feminine sportswoman, plural sportsmen, sportswomen) a person who takes part in sports
He is a very keen sportsman.
a person who shows a spirit of fairness and generosity in sport
buen jugador; buena jugadora
He’s a real sportsman who doesn’t seem to care if he wins or loses.
sportswear noun clothing designed for playing sports in.
trajes de sport
a sporting chance noun a reasonably good chance
bastantes posibilidades
She definitely has a sporting chance of winning the race.
(Definition of sport from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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