sprint

m.
sprint.
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sprint
nombre masculino (pl sprints)
1 sprint
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[es'prin]
SM (pl sprints) [es'prin]
1) (Dep) sprint

imponerse al sprint — to win in a sprint finish

tengo que hacer un sprint — I must dash, I must get a move on

2) (tb: sprint final) (=esfuerzo máximo) final dash, last-minute rush
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= sprint.
Ex. If I was running at a dead sprint going full tilt, I do not think I could make it much more than maybe one mile before I would keel over.
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= sprint.

Ex: If I was running at a dead sprint going full tilt, I do not think I could make it much more than maybe one mile before I would keel over.

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sprint
/(e)sˈprin/
masculine
(pl sprints)
sprint
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sprint m (pl sprints)
1 (en una carrera deportiva) sprint
2 (esfuerzo final) me falta el último sprint para aprobar la carrera, it's nearly the end of the university course and I'm running out of steam
'sprint' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
esprintar
- lisa
- liso
- embalaje
- esprint
- llano
- plano
English:
sprint
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sprint [es'prin] (pl sprints) nm
sprint;
la carrera se decidió al sprint the race was decided in the final sprint
Comp
Dep sprint especial [en ciclismo] hot spot sprint
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sprint
m sprint
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sprint [ɛ'sprin, -'sprint] nm
: sprint
sprinter nmf

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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