In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(exercise) ejercicio de calentamiento masculino(practice) (pre)calentamiento masculinotoday's game is a warm-up for the final next week — el de hoy es un partido de entrenamiento / preparación para la final de la semana que viene
- A week before we opened, I went to the theatre at six o'clock to do my warm-ups, and I got to the beginning of my belt, and nothing but air and squeaks came out.
- The same could be true for Anquan Boldin of the Cardinals, who suffered a freak knee injury during warm-ups in training camp.
- Both semis were little more than warm-ups for the main event, the meeting of Boroughmuir and Heriot's in the final.
- The music can easily be incorporated into stretching exercises, warm-ups, aerobic workouts, strength training, yoga and Pilates.
- Joseph offers a checklist of twelve rituals as part of the first stage or warm-up.
- After last week's stramash at Craven Cottage, it is fair to say that Rangers don't go a bundle on gentle warm-ups.
- And the way it is perfected is, the singers do warm-ups, which are vocal training, every day.
- A total of 16 sports will take place at five venues and for the first time there will be mass warm-ups at each site to prepare all the competitors for the action.
- Saturday's stage was only a warm-up in comparison to this, the toughest stage of the Pyrenees if not the entire Tour.
- The Broncos, who need points to pull away from the threat of relegation, suffered a blow in the pre-match warm-up.
- The finals of the younger groups are normally played as warm-ups to the main draws on the glass court.
- Once you've arrived at the audition, find a quiet spot and do a few light warm-ups to settle the nerves: hum, run your voice up and down the keys, remember to breathe.
- So as Lisa was choosing a shirt for Megan to wear for pre-contest warm-ups Megan was calling Charlie to see what time he was going to be at the practice run-throughs.
- Warning-track gravel crunches underneath the spikes of coltish pitchers loping through their warm-ups in emerald jerseys.
- After their warm-up session, they practically did everything associated with wrestling.
- There are warm-ups and warm-downs, pressure management talks, positive attitude sessions, gym regimes and massage routines to contend with.
- The fifteen minute call sounded, and all of the cast ventured up to the stage for warm-ups.
- I have to report that possibly Scotland's most prestigious golf development, the new complex at Archerfield in East Lothian, has no plans at present to provide a basic gym for pre-match warm-ups.
- After the most gentle of warm-ups he suddenly went white and, bending over in front of the press gallery, he proceeded to spew copiously.
- Those four games are seen as the ideal warm-ups for the most glamorous of the friendlies, a showpiece trip to Germany to play SV Hamburg.
2(for audience)actuación que precede a la principal
- This is a short comedy intended as a warm-up act for the main attraction.
- The Charisma duet and solo performer Luci are some of the warm-up acts.
- Andy was soon offered work as a warm-up man on a number of television shows, before coming to the attention of the big bosses at the movie studio.
- Mr Cullen was one of a couple of warm-up acts who took to the stage to fire up the crowd for the leader's address.
- The first week we filmed I had to ask the warm-up guy to tone the audience down.
- I started off as the warm-up act, then progressed to the actual league.
- This is sure to be great entertainment, and a warm-up for the big bash on Sunday night in the Guild.
- The only problem, of course, is that it's never a good idea to use a genius as your warm-up act.
- He even toured as a warm-up act with the Harlem Globetrotters basketball side.
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