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Translation of "tennis" - English-Spanish dictionary

tennis

noun /ˈtenis/
( also lawn tennis) a game for two or four players who use rackets to hit a ball to each other over a net stretched across a tennis-court
tenis
Let’s play (a game of) tennis ( also adjective) a tennis match.
tennis court noun a specially-marked area on which tennis is played.
pista de tenis
tennis racket noun a racket with which one plays tennis
raqueta de tenis
a graphite tennis racket.
tennis shoe noun a sports shoe suitable for tennis, running etc.
zapatilla de tenis
Translations of “tennis”
in Arabic تِنِس…
in Korean 테니스…
in Malaysian tenis…
in French (de) tennis…
in Turkish tenis, tenis sporu…
in Italian tennis…
in Chinese (Traditional) 網球運動…
in Russian теннис…
in Polish tenis…
in Vietnamese quần vợt…
in Portuguese tênis…
in Thai กีฬาเทนนิส…
in German das Tennis, Tennis-……
in Catalan tennis…
in Japanese テニス…
in Indonesian tenis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 网球运动…
(Definition of tennis from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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