In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(professional)profesional feminineSport masculine jugador profesionalSport feminine jugadora profesionalmasculine instructorfeminine instructora
- His first two games as a pro were in the playoffs, and he had two points.
- 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.
- Does he protest when baseball or tennis players become pros right after high school?
- That was good enough to beat every man in a field containing a mix of former tour professionals, club pros and plus-handicap amateurs.
- The sites usually list bios and name some of the professional designations that qualified pros have.
- On the other hand, Stanford made it in 1998 without a future pro at either guard.
- In football the old pros will always tell you that the team that wants it most will win it.
- If my son ever gets the chance to play football as a pro, I'd advise him to do it that way.
- One does not have to see the pros play to learn or enjoy the sport.
- According to NCAA bylaws, a student athlete is allowed to be a pro in one sport while maintaining amateur status in another.
- He was a tremendous athlete that never had a chance to become a pro because of World War II.
- In the pros, players become even more specialized and don't have time to worry about playing other positions.
- Even with complete information and investment pros analysing it, returns are no better than if you buy stocks randomly.
- With pros playing in the Olympics, this is the last spot for pure amateurism.
- Designers also look at what riders wear, to get a sense of how the pros like their sports gear to fit.
- Which quality among match officials is respected most by tennis pros?
- Sports staffs now call on country club pros to serve as tennis instructors.
- 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.
- Some of the top examples from recent years, joined by a new name on the pro and college sports scenes.
- I recorded the feats of the man who is still regarded as the best runner, perhaps the best pro football player of all time.
1(advantages)the pros and cons — los pros y los contras
- to weigh up the pros and cons — sopesar los pros y los contras
- 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.
- 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.
- Weighing up the pros and cons, I pressed ‘yes’ and got out of there.
- Speakers will share with participants their views on becoming an entrepreneur and the pros and cons of entrepreneurship.
- 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.
- But in balance, weighing it all out, the pros of coming out very much outweigh the cons.
- 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.
- 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.
- For me, I have examined the options, carefully weighed the pros and cons and have decided on the best course of action.
- 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.
- I won't go into the pros and cons that weighed on me for more than a year.
- In 1998 he published a book on the pros and cons of capital punishment.
- A workshop being held tomorrow at Neal's Yard Remedies in Edinburgh will discuss the pros and cons of the MMR vaccination.
- The essays in this issue explore the pros and cons, the advantages and dangers of taking human rights seriously.
- And you don't have to be a genius to add up the pros and cons of that one.
- What do you tell your patients when discussing the pros and cons of SSRIs?
- Bertie is grappling with the pros and cons of his selection.
- ‘If the person was from the Highlands, they would be familiar with the pros and cons of this sort of area,’ he said.
- You have to look at the pros and cons of each one and we will be looking at each situation on its own merits.
1(in favor of)a favor dehe's pro women's lib/admitting more students — está a favor de la liberación de la mujer/de admitir más alumnos
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