Translation of preseason in Spanish:

preseason

de pretemporada, adj.

Pronunciation /priːˈsiːz(ə)n//ˌpriˈsizən/

adjective

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    de pretemporada
    • Before you know it, the holidays will be over and we'll be back in Phoenix and Las Vegas for preseason testing.
    • He sat out the end of last season with a knee injury, and preseason reports on the knee aren't overly optimistic.
    • As a rookie, he suffered a serious shoulder injury making a tackle in a preseason game and later hurt a knee.
    • Fleury ended up missing a week of preseason games and practice due to the contract issue.
    • He has started in each of the Raiders' first three preseason games and is expected to be in the lineup tonight.
    • That momentum needs to continue into training camp and preseason games.
    • He has arthritis in the shoulder and didn't play in the final three preseason games but is expected to play in the opener.
    • With the regular season about to begin, the Warrior men split their final two preseason games.
    • He likely will practice only once a day and won't play in the first two or three preseason games.
    • Hopefully your child's coach held a preseason meeting with all the team athletes and their parents.
    • Yes, this was a preseason game, but both teams' regulars were getting heavy minutes.
    • He was penalized five times in his last four quarters of preseason play.
    • In terms of training camp and preseason experience, McIntosh isn't even that advanced.
    • We're going with a quarterback who's never really played, other than preseason games.
    • He hasn't played since the third preseason game because of a sprained knee.
    • Coaches are scared about losing key players to preseason injuries, so they keep them off the field.
    • He has played well in preseason games, but it's time to decide whether he can be the top backup.
    • It would be their first venture to the west coast for preseason drills.
    • The last two weeks is more in line with what preseason projections of the Eagles expected.
    • He was impressive in the preseason opener and has solid skills for the position.

noun

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    pretemporada feminine
    • They had better preseasons than Davis, who struggled with injuries.
    • Remember, he didn't have a training camp or a preseason because of a knee injury.
    • A defense that appeared to be showing signs of age in the preseason is playing as well as ever.
    • ‘It's good to know that I've had two solid preseasons, and people around the league feel I can play,’ Dickenson says.
    • He isn't going to participate fully in practice in the early weeks of training camp or play much in the preseason.
    • Perhaps the most important find of the preseason came in the final game.
    • But he looked rusty and his timing was off after spending most of the preseason on the sideline.
    • He hasn't shown a lot of promise the past two preseasons, but the team has a lot of future money invested in Lewis.
    • The most important thing would be to shorten the preseason down to two games.
    • He had a hernia operation last spring and missed the preseason with a hip injury, never recapturing his form.
    • The growing pains he experienced during the preseason are a thing of the past.
    • Personnel changes on defense showed positive results during training camp and the preseason.
    • He played well in training camp and has looked good in the preseason.
    • He still needs to learn to play with consistency and must avoid the penalties that plagued him in the preseason.
    • Neither the offense nor the defense has found rhythm in the preseason.
    • The fuss over how much Vick should play in the preseason is unnecessary.
    • In the preseason, defenses don't disguise what they are doing to the degree they do in games that count.
    • Teams want the preseason to evaluate players, and the last thing they want to have happen is a number of injuries.
    • I couldn't agree more that the preseason is too long and should be shortened.
    • Last summer, Warner had a decent preseason, leading some to believe he had found his groove again.