Translation of ace in Spanish:


as, n.

Pronunciation: /eɪs//eɪs/


  • 1

    (in cards, dominoes, dice)
    as masculine
    the ace of clubs el as de tréboles
    • the ace in the hole / pack la mejor baza
    • the ace in the hole was their new forward la mejor baza del equipo era su nuevo delantero
    • to be/come within an ace of sth
    • she came within an ace of victory le faltó poquísimo para ganar
    • he came within an ace of beating the champion estuvo a punto de ganarle al campeón
    • to have another ace to play tener otra baza importante
    • to have / hold all the aces tener todas las de ganar
  • 2

    (in tennis)
    ace masculine
  • 3

    (expert, champion)
    as masculine



  • 1

    (reporter/negotiator) de primera
    (negotiator/reporter) destacado
    an ace driver/pilot un as del volante/de la aviación
    • Your opponent has only one card left and you know it is the ace of trumps.
    • Christopher set down his cards, exposing a three, five, and ten of spades and the ace of diamonds.
    • I started with the queen of diamonds and spades, an ace of clubs, five of hearts and three of diamonds.
    • If you set down a face card, an ace, or a joker, then next person has a certain number of chances to set down one of those cards.
    • The guy shows his cards and he had the ace of hearts, but like I said, my hand was unbeatable at that point.
    • When the deck is unusually rich in face cards and aces, they bet more, and when the deck is relatively poor in these cards, they bet less.
    • The black aces are permanent trumps, independent of which suit otherwise is trumps.
    • The cards keep their usual ranks except for the ace which can be either the highest or lowest ranked card in a suit at the whim of the person playing it.
    • The ace of spades is the most powerful card, irrespective of what suit is trumps.
    • If an ace of spades is turned up, the next player must turn up 4 more cards.
    • During the Vietnam War, the ace of spades was considered the card of death by the Viet Cong.
    • He picked up his cards, finding the ace of diamonds he tossed it on the pile.
    • Lynn's cards are strong - she has the ace of diamonds, the ace and queen of clubs, the ace and king of hearts.
    • Trump cards beat all other cards and aces are low.
    • One recent day, search crews found an ace of diamonds playing card, a doorknob, a pair of security guard pants, a woman's black wig and a pink toothbrush.
    • At the end of the following hand it is noted who held the ace of hearts at the end of the auction.
    • A normal 52-card deck with the aces removed.
    • He flicked his wrist and an ace of spades appeared.
    • When played as the High Card, jokers rank as aces.
    • You look at the cards one at a time, and pile them face up on the ace of the same suit.
    • I then win a duel at the net before I take the game with an ace.
    • Their response to the whisper of defeat was the second-serve ace, the cross-court winner - the diamond hardness of their minds.
    • The hardest server in the world, he compiled 13 aces in today's game but was broken once in each set, including at love to fall behind 5-4 in the second.
    • ‘The good thing was that I was serving very well,’ said Aisam, after delivering a dozen aces in the final.
    • A forehand crosscourt, backhand down the line, a couple of aces.
    • With the verbal equivalent of one of those ferocious aces he whacks past opponents, Andy Roddick has summed up life in just 18 words.
    • It was down to a tie-breaker game of 11 aces which saw the Cavan pair run up an early lead of 6-2 and seemed to be heading for the win.
    • He broke his opponent's opening service game easily, and then held serve with three aces to win seven out of eight of the first points played.
    • She got the match off to a lightning start, opening with a love service game including two aces.
    • His final three aces came in his last service game.
    • She closed out with consecutive aces and a service winner.
    • He fought off six break points and ended the game with two aces.
    • But he managed only one service winner and no aces in the final tiebreaker.
    • He finished with 18 aces and 41 service winners, and won despite breaking serve just twice.
    • She hit a second-serve ace to save the first and a backhand winner to salvage the second.
    • His serve improved as he fired down five aces in his first two service games.
    • The Chinese served better than they had in previous matches against the Americans, with five aces, and they set up their offense better, with 61 kills.
    • However, striking for 13 service aces certainly helped out, he said.
    • He finished three of his first four service games with an ace.
    • The final game saw Carlow run into an early lead of eight aces, and were looking good.
    • But the government body funding the project, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, hopes it might be the making of a new generation of homegrown tennis aces.
    • Lane however had their own batting aces and the Park bowlers struggled as S Hargreaves made 69 and Oliver Halliday 53.
    • The Canadian ace took charge of the ball before converting his fourth goal in five games.
    • The motorcycle ace won a world title on the all-powerful Honda last year and then celebrated victory by signing for the all-powerless Yamaha.
    • The Leeds-based tennis ace, who reached the third round of the junior version of Wimbledon last year, faces a punishing daily regime.
    • The first ace is the maverick genius of young James McFadden, now of Everton.
    • The Pontefract-based ace will captain a four-man team.
    • A football signed by Brazilian ace and World Cup winner Rivaldo is set to be auctioned off to raise funds for the York City Supporters' Trust.
    • The former Olympic ace, who quit competitive swimming earlier this month, is determined to win a behind-the-scenes role in the sport.
    • The in-form Canadian ace has made only one start this season, but he is top scorer with three goals - two of them coming in the last three games.
    • She appeared alongside young aces in fields including sports and music and pop singing.
    • Olympic champion Maurice Greene's status as the world's No 1 sprinter looks shakier than ever and a host of other top name American stars have struggled as Britain's track aces, led by Campbell, bloom.
    • Meanwhile, next up for the talented tennis ace is a trip to Florida where he has been invited to the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy.
    • The Sheffield-born ace will become the Blues' boss eighth signing since he took over from Joe Royle and takes his spending to around £4m.
    • The Chorley ace starred alongside Olympic record holder Chris Hoy and Craig MacLean as the British team left Poland trailing by more than a second in the sprint final.
    • Four tennis aces from Lancaster Royal Grammar School have been competing in the National Schools Tennis Championship finals in Hertfordshire.
    • Sunny and sweet, this film is what's to be expected - a big studio romantic comedy about two tennis aces who fall in love at Wimbledon.
    • The Kiwi ace piled up 24 points with a try and 10 goals before being given a rest after an hour when it was 60-6.
    • His elder sister, a computer ace, spent second grade doing research on the Internet, delving into Greek myths and studying artists.
    • Goal ace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer kept Manchester United in the Premiership title race with a typical smash-and-grab at Filbert Street.
  • 2British

    bárbaro informal
    guay Spain slang

transitive verb

  • 1US

    lucirse en
    sobresalir en