Translation of puck in Spanish:

puck

disco, n.

Pronunciation /pək//pʌk/

noun

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    (in ice hockey)
    disco masculine
    puck masculine
    • The players carry around hunks of lumber called sticks, which they used to hit a slab of hard rubber called a puck.
    • Now we go down in the basement, and I shoot rubber pucks at him.
    • He steals pucks constantly in the neutral zone, leading to breakaway goals and oddman rushes.
    • Indeed, the only thing harder than getting a puck past Brodeur is getting him to take a night off.
    • The ref dropped the puck and someone hit it right inside their blue line, right near the boards.