Traducción de prelims en Español:


etapa de clasificación previa, n.

Pronunciación /prɪˈlɪmz//ˈpriːlɪmz/

sustantivo plural

  • 1

    (early rounds)
    etapa de clasificación previa femenino
    preliminares masculino América Latina
    • The prelims and semi-finals would be held on the same day.
    • Unlike the prelims, when five gymnasts from each country compete and four scores count, in the final only three gymnasts perform and all three scores count.
    • ‘I have my selections for the prelim rounds, but only one swimmer identified for the finals,’ he said.
    • The event continues tonight at 7pm with the last of the prelims.
    • If they win, they will be at home the week after in the prelim round to either Ashington or Esh Winning.
    • He still earned a gold medal as a prelim relay swimmer and captured silver in the 200 back along with a fifth-place finish in the 100 back.
    • Penny has always swum fast in every race, prelim or finals.
    • He's a great swimmer and was fast in the prelims and semi-finals.
    • After posting the second fastest times in prelims and semifinals of the 200 fly, Phelps positioned himself perfectly for the final, the biggest race of his life.
    • This is one of the prelim rounds to get to go to Paris.
    • Phelps is the world record-holder in the 400m IM and takes to the water in prelims in the morning and finals at night.
    • Over the course of the week, counting prelims and semifinals, Ally swam no fewer than 30 times!
    • It took a very long time for me to warm down from the race, and even after my nap between prelims and finals, I didn't feel like I had recovered.
    • Posting spectacular times during the prelims and semifinals, Crocker entered the championship race as the favorite.
    • The team were penalized 97 points last year when one swimmer missed the start of his prelim race on the final day.
  • 2

    (in a book)
    introducción femenino
  • 3

    (in UK)
    primeros exámenes en algunas universidades inglesas