There are 2 main translations of pro in Spanish

: pro1pro2

pro1

profesional, n.

Pronunciation: /prəʊ//proʊ/

noun

  • 1informal

    (professional)
    (masculine and feminine) profesional
    Sport (player) jugador profesional masculine
    Sport (player) jugadora profesional feminine
    (coach) instructor masculine
    (coach) instructora feminine

There are 2 main translations of pro in Spanish

: pro1pro2

pro2

Pronunciation: /prəʊ//proʊ/

noun

  • 1

    (advantages)
    the pros and cons los pros y los contras
    • to weigh up the pros and cons sopesar los pros y los contras

preposition

  • 1informal

    (in favor of)
    a favor de
    he's pro women's lib/admitting more students está a favor de la liberación de la mujer/de admitir más alumnos
    • A workshop being held tomorrow at Neal's Yard Remedies in Edinburgh will discuss the pros and cons of the MMR vaccination.
    • For me, I have examined the options, carefully weighed the pros and cons and have decided on the best course of action.
    • That said, Frank of all people knows how much of a difference team spirit has made to Scotland, so I'm sure he's weighed up all the pros and cons.
    • And you don't have to be a genius to add up the pros and cons of that one.
    • Weighing up the pros and cons, I pressed ‘yes’ and got out of there.
    • ‘If the person was from the Highlands, they would be familiar with the pros and cons of this sort of area,’ he said.
    • Speakers will share with participants their views on becoming an entrepreneur and the pros and cons of entrepreneurship.
    • In 1998 he published a book on the pros and cons of capital punishment.
    • The essays in this issue explore the pros and cons, the advantages and dangers of taking human rights seriously.
    • I won't go into the pros and cons that weighed on me for more than a year.
    • He saw it as only natural that the Argentine crisis would give rise to a controversy over the pros and cons of the currency board arrangement.
    • It can be unhelpful if someone has got a damaging habit and has made a snap decision between Christmas and New Year that they are going to stop without weighing up the pros and cons.
    • You have to look at the pros and cons of each one and we will be looking at each situation on its own merits.
    • What do you tell your patients when discussing the pros and cons of SSRIs?
    • What are the pros of a long-term monogamous relationship?
    • The argument between the government and the BBC has become so arcane that most of the general public feel submerged beneath the pros and cons.
    • Bertie is grappling with the pros and cons of his selection.
    • Hopefully you would have seen a more balanced argument to the pros and cons of GM, and that we shouldn't believe every thing we read.
    • It has been much in the headlines lately as the member states of the European Union grapple with the pros and cons of funding such research.
    • But in balance, weighing it all out, the pros of coming out very much outweigh the cons.
    • His first two games as a pro were in the playoffs, and he had two points.
    • With pros playing in the Olympics, this is the last spot for pure amateurism.
    • In football the old pros will always tell you that the team that wants it most will win it.
    • Even with complete information and investment pros analysing it, returns are no better than if you buy stocks randomly.
    • Most of the pros and big-time athletes that were doing juice were monitored by a doctor at some point and had some clean roids to use.
    • The sites usually list bios and name some of the professional designations that qualified pros have.
    • It was one of those gut-wrenching golf tournaments decided with the last putt on the last green before a rookie pro emerged with his maiden victory.
    • According to NCAA bylaws, a student athlete is allowed to be a pro in one sport while maintaining amateur status in another.
    • One does not have to see the pros play to learn or enjoy the sport.
    • Which quality among match officials is respected most by tennis pros?
    • On the other hand, Stanford made it in 1998 without a future pro at either guard.
    • I recorded the feats of the man who is still regarded as the best runner, perhaps the best pro football player of all time.
    • In the pros, players become even more specialized and don't have time to worry about playing other positions.
    • Some of the top examples from recent years, joined by a new name on the pro and college sports scenes.
    • Designers also look at what riders wear, to get a sense of how the pros like their sports gear to fit.
    • If my son ever gets the chance to play football as a pro, I'd advise him to do it that way.
    • That was good enough to beat every man in a field containing a mix of former tour professionals, club pros and plus-handicap amateurs.
    • He was a tremendous athlete that never had a chance to become a pro because of World War II.
    • Does he protest when baseball or tennis players become pros right after high school?
    • Sports staffs now call on country club pros to serve as tennis instructors.