Translation of peewee in Spanish:

peewee

mocoso, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpiˌwi//ˈpiːwiː/

noun

US
informal

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    mocoso masculine informal
    mocosa feminine informal
    • We were in the peewee semifinals for all of Ontario.
    • I hadn't done that in front of my dad since my last year in peewee football.
    • He sponsors an Urban League girls basketball league and an AAU boys travel team, and he bought equipment last year for a peewee football team.
    • In the game's final 14 minutes, Gretzky did whatever he pleased, toying with the league's best as if they were a peewee team.
    • I remember one time I scored seven goals in a peewee game when I was eight.
    • Good things apparently come in twos as well as threes - at least when it comes to the North Shore Winter Club's Winterhawks peewee hockey teams.
    • The top three in peewee barrel racing were Tyler Scherger, Wyatt Branden and Brecken Tulloch with times of 18.433, 19.136 and 19.194 seconds respectively.
    • I was winning science fairs left and right, getting my picture in the paper for spelling bees and peewee football games, and many more little achievements of mine.
    • You can come, but I've got to have you home by six for peewee practice.
    • The penultimate sibling in a brood of four girls and three boys reared by Karen Dawsey, Brackins is 9 when he first puts on football pads for a peewee league team.
    • Promotional costs - for example, sponsoring a peewee football team - are also deductible as long as there is a clear connection between the sponsorship and your business.
    • Then I'd come home, and there would be peewee soccer or Little League.
    • I would hold a team meeting and ask each of the rookies to recount the moments when they really came through under pressure - whether it was in peewee golf, college or on tour.
    • He has been snapping so long - since his peewee days - that he knows how to grip the ball to make it spin into the holder's hands so the laces won't be a problem.
    • It's like a peewee golf course for fishermen.
    • Ferrell plays Phil, a peewee soccer coach driven to insanity by his scarily competitive relationship with his father.
    • On either side of the play-park was a green park where people usually walked their dogs, or went for walks on sunny afternoons, or hosted peewee practice for numerous sports.
    • Last season he coached the peewee team to the league title but fell to rivals Surrey and Richmond in the provincial playdowns.
    • This isn't peewee football, where teams are grouped into age categories because of the huge advantages older kids have (in size, strength, speed, and coordination) over younger ones.
    • He played T-ball, then moved on to peewee baseball, and played on the high school team since he was in seventh grade at the middle school.