sport

m.
sports.
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sport
FRASEOLOGÍA
de sport sports, casual
ropa de sport casual clothes plural, casual wear, sportswear, leisure wear
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[es'por]
SM sport

chaqueta (de) sport — sports jacket, sports coat (EEUU)

ropa de sport — casual wear

vestir de sport — to dress casually

hacer algo por sport — to do sth (just) for fun

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[(e)s'por]
masculino

ropa (de) sport — leisure wear, casual clothes (pl)

iban vestidos de sport — they were casually dressed

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* chaqueta sport = blazer.
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[(e)s'por]
masculino

ropa (de) sport — leisure wear, casual clothes (pl)

iban vestidos de sport — they were casually dressed

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* chaqueta sport = blazer.
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sport1
/(e)sˈpor/
adj inv
‹ropa› casual
un coche sport a sports car
sport2
/(e)sˈpor/
masculine
ropa (de) sport leisure wear, casual clothes (pl)
iban vestidos de sport they were casually dressed
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sport /(e)s'por/ sustantivo masculino:
ropa (de) sport leisure wear, casual clothes (pl);

vestido de sport casually dressed

'sport' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
adorar
- ciudad
- deporte
- desarrollar
- enrollarse
- carro
- chicho
- crónica
- lucir
- practicar
- saco
English:
casual
- excel
- sport
- work up
- all
- allow
- amateur
- attack
- award
- away
- back
- ball
- bar
- bat
- best
- big
- block
- blood
- call
- captain
- catch
- caution
- center
- champion
- championship
- changing room
- climbing
- color
- commentary
- competition
- competitor
- contest
- course
- court
- cover
- cricket
- cross
- default
- defend
- defender
- defense
- deliver
- derby
- disqualify
- dive
- division
- dope
- double
- draw
- dribble
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sport [es'por]: de sport loc adj
chaqueta de sport sports jacket;
ropa de sport casual clothes
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sport [ɛ'spor] adj
: sport, casual

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • sport — spòrt s.m.inv., agg.inv. FO 1a. s.m.inv., attività fisica volta a mantenere in efficienza il corpo: fare, praticare dello sport 1b. s.m.inv., ciascuna delle discipline sportive (e l insieme degli esercizi atletici e delle gare che le… …   Dizionario italiano

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  • Sport TV — Senderlogo Allgemeine Informationen Empfang: Kabel und Satellit …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sport — (sp[=o]rt), n. [Abbreviated from disport.] 1. That which diverts, and makes mirth; pastime; amusement. [1913 Webster] It is as sport to a fool to do mischief. Prov. x. 23. [1913 Webster] Her sports were such as carried riches of knowledge upon… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sport — [spôrt] n. [ME sporte, aphetic for DISPORT] 1. any activity or experience that gives enjoyment or recreation; pastime; diversion 2. such an activity, esp. when competitive, requiring more or less vigorous bodily exertion and carried on, sometimes …   English World dictionary

  • sport — /spɔrt, ingl. spɔːt/ [vc. ingl., in origine «divertimento», dall ant. fr. desport] s. m. inv. 1. CFR. diporto, giochi, esercizi fisici, gara, competizione, incontro, spettacolo 2. (est.) divertimento, passatempo, svago, spasso, ricreazione,… …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • Sport — Sm std. (19. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus ne. sport. Dort gekürzt aus disport Vergnügen , das entlehnt ist aus mfrz. desporter. Dieses wiederum ist umgebildet aus ml. deportare sich betragen, sich vergnügen , das zu l. portāre tragen gebildet… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

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