Translation of playbook in Spanish:


cuarderno de estrategias, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpleɪbʊk//ˈpleɪˌbʊk/



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    cuarderno de estrategias masculine
    • Rookie quarterbacks deal with offensive playbooks that dwarf the ones they studied in college.
    • He'll also be able to study the playbook and get to know his teammates while preparing to hit the field running upon his return.
    • Frerotte had more of the playbook at his disposal, but the difference was in his patience allowing plays to develop.
    • Fisher, who used to abide by the philosophy of using the run to set up the pass, found his playbook flip-flopped.
    • Her most critical lessons learned were about strategy and studying players as well as the team playbook.
    • The ability to completely design a custom playbook for a team has opened up coaching options.
    • When they weren't lifting weights, they were buried in their playbooks, comparing notes on defensive adjustments and discussing what they'd like to do against certain looks this season.
    • That's a lot of training camps, a lot of grass drills and getting up too early in the morning and guys being told to come to the coach's office - and bring their playbooks.
    • The majority of players - and I fall into this group - don't have that option when they turn in their playbooks.
    • But they are not on the field or trying to absorb some of the Homeric playbooks around the league.