Translation of mascot in Spanish:

mascot

mascota, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈmaskɒt//ˈmæsˌkɑt//ˈmæsˌkət/

noun

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    mascota feminine
    • He was actually a mascot for the team at the Reebok Stadium earlier in the year.
    • Elephants have always been Kerala's most favourite mascots, all the more so appealing when they are dressed up for temple or tourism fêtes.
    • Perth Zoo is another fine place to see native wildlife, such as the platypus and echidna that were the inspiration for the Olympic mascots.
    • Every Saturday during football season, hundreds of men climb into foam and fur costumes to spend 90 minutes cavorting as club mascots.
    • Virtually every Native American organization has condemned the use of demeaning images or mascots.
    • He will be the team mascot and will lead the players out onto the pitch.
    • The event, in which mascots race each other over a series of fences, has been going for three years.
    • The potential strike by football mascots is gathering momentum, just seven days after the move was revealed by the Evening Press.
    • With him during his epic journey was his mascot, Algy, a large white rabbit.
    • All that death and sadness is in the past, and we have sporting events right now in need of a comical mascot.
    • In many games, he was known to have mock battles with his trusty sword and threaten the opposing team's mascots.
    • The work opens with the team leader feeding the team mascot, a fish called Plugger.
    • Our mascot has been a popular figure at matches and events outside of football.
    • Another difference between the two divisions is the originality of pre-match entertainment offered by the clubs' furry mascots.
    • Their three mascots are unable to make the game due to family commitments, while their players are unable to attend because they are on holiday until Monday.
    • Generally, mascots are chosen because they represent honor, valor and bravery.
    • The mascots will be teamed up with players according to their height.
    • He is a talented and hardworking player - and seen as a lucky mascot for the team.
    • Lisa's room was filled with a collection of advertising mascots disguised as playthings.
    • Coloured in the five hues of the Olympic rings, the mascots also represent the sea, forests, fire, earth and air.