Traducción de big league en Español:

big league

liga mayor, n.

nombre

EEUU

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    Deporte
    liga mayor femenino
    • I've had some very special moments, but I'd probably say it was my first day in the big leagues.
    • Even when he was in college, Bret thought he was better than second basemen in the big leagues.
    • Twenty men have won 300 games in the big leagues and every single one of them is in the Hall of Fame.
    • Mazeroski and Clemente played for the Pirates for 17 years together, and neither of them ever appeared in a big league game for another team.
    • His professional career lasted nine years, but only five in the big leagues.
    • Playing with this team and being in the big leagues has been a lot of fun.
    • We have a lot of young kids who haven't spent much time in professional baseball, least of all the big leagues.
    • Radatz never started a game in the big leagues but, man, was he a Monster in relief.
    • This marks the first time Percival has changed teams in the big leagues.
    • Glaus was in the big leagues by the end of his first full pro season.
    • He hit 66 home runs for Lincoln in the Western League in 1956 on his way to the big leagues.
    • I actually had a cousin who was a big league baseball player.
    • He killed me in the minor leagues and he's killed me in the big leagues.
    • Probably the last three or four years playing in the big leagues, doing what you love and being paid to do it.
    • Jack McKeon of the Marlins is another current major league manager who never played in the big leagues.
    • I made an error in the outfield, but also made my first hit in the big leagues.
    • Andres Galarraga was on target to club 20 homers for his fourth big league team in 2001.
    • Called up to the big leagues at the age of 19 in 1998, he was a nagging disappointment.
    • You see a lot of guys going from shortstop to second base in the big leagues, but you never really see the opposite.
    • I was married with a couple of kids at the time, but I vowed to give it everything I had to make it to the big leagues.
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    (top rank)
    los grandes
    • For Sameer Dharmadhikari this movie could be the ticket to big league.
    • We've met in Baton Rouge, 73 miles from New Orleans, where Morrissey is shooting The Reaping, a film that marks his ascent to the big league - big money, big noise, big fame
    • My chance to really hit the big league and gain mainstream popularity.
    • The two big commercial successes of 2004 never figured in the big league of winners.
    • Any country that possesses the bomb is automatically admitted to the big league.
    • And yet, though he lacks the distinctive signature that might put him in the big league, he is an irresistible romancer.
    • Even signing on to Tomb Raider doesn't seem to have been part of any grand plan to catapult himself into the big league.
    • Aspirants to the big league may note that attractive golf gear costs at least Rs 15,000.
    • When we come back, Tim Russert on his new book, the influence of his father and his transition from politics to big league journalism.
    • Two successive hits and they have made it to the big league of scriptwriters in the Malayalam film industry.
    • At the same time, both the Scottish Executive and the economic culture of this country should encourage small Scottish firms to grow into the big league.
    • Step up to the big league in web marketing.

adjetivo

EEUU

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    (player/baseball) de las ligas mayores
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    (business/politician) de alto(s) vuelo(s)
    (crook) de marca mayor coloquial