Translation of gamesmanship in Spanish:

gamesmanship

arte de jugar astutamente, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡeɪmzmənʃɪp//ˈɡeɪmzmənˌʃɪp/

noun

derogatory

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    arte de jugar astutamente
    a clever piece of gamesmanship un truco ingenioso
    • Ha admits to spending about 20 hours a week playing the game, improving her gamesmanship and marksmanship with each successive hour.
    • Come springtime, hockey players seem to morph into superhuman creations of competitiveness, physicality and gamesmanship.
    • The political gamesmanship that has permeated healthcare must be replaced by common sense and what is in the best interest of all parties in healthcare, including those who provide it.
    • As the name suggests, the award aims to recognise the player who has brought the most energy, flamboyance or spectacular gamesmanship to the pitch.
    • Until her death in 1996, she was still renowned for her wit, her sly gamesmanship in her personal relations, and her stoicism in the face of deadly disease.
    • We get this kind of whimsical sense that the criminal justice system has nothing to do with truth telling, it's all about gamesmanship and winning.
    • The Calgary Flames-Edmonton Oiler rivalries in the 1980s produced some classic gamesmanship.
    • Pseudoscientific activities are really arts involving gamesmanship.
    • Although that document now appears to have been overtaken by events, it is instructive to examine the legal terms as part of the sensitive political gamesmanship.
    • His narrative gamesmanship both undermines traditional forms and affirms the importance of telling and receiving tales in our lives.
    • Violence and gamesmanship are a virulent virus infecting sport.
    • Although he had won a hatful of major titles at club level, he also had a reputation for employing physical violence and gamesmanship.
    • His work is heftier and more rewarding, on the level of pure intellectual gamesmanship, than I first realized in the '80s.
    • Was that an interesting bit of political gamesmanship?
    • A critical element of his game is his gamesmanship.
    • There is a place for gamesmanship in cricket; it's a game which is built on unique qualities of patience and concentration and focus, and as well as relaxation.
    • No matter what the ultimate motivation, there is not much cause for hope if this is mere ritual or diplomatic gamesmanship.
    • They need to know that people are doing the right things for the right reasons, and not just for political gamesmanship.
    • After the perfectly valid debate about gamesmanship from Portugal there was relief, for a while, in rediscovering that football itself can be a suitable topic of conversation.
    • Players know there is a line between gamesmanship and personal and aggressive insults (sledging).