Translation of punter in Spanish:

punter

Pronunciation: /ˈpən(t)ər//ˈpʌntə/

noun

  • 1

    Sport
    • He played quarterback, strong safety, punter and placekicker at North Central High School in Kiln, Missisippi, for his father, Irvin.
    • You run timed drills in a specific task like punting or run stopping where you only get to control the relevant player like the punter or middle linebacker.
    • In Bengals history, there have been some effective players named Johnson, including punter Lee and running back Pete.
    • The Broncos still need to add a quality punter, a wide receiver, a quarterback to replace Danny Kanell as the backup and depth on the offensive line.
    • Anyone who earns a contract as a punter in American football is barred from playing kick-to-kick in our local park.

    jugador que despeja la pelota

  • 2

    • 2.1(in betting)

      apostador masculine
      apostadora feminine
      • What if it's then sold to potential punters as an ‘investment opportunity’?
      • Betfair, the internet betting exchange, has revolutionised the world of gambling by allowing punters to wager on horses not winning.
      • A leading bookmaker has also warned punters to be careful and make sure their bookies are licensed before they place a bet.
      • The Isle of Man now allows US punters to gamble in online casinos based on the island, the NY Times reports.
      • All that will be very welcome, and if they sort out the Tote betting shop pronto, punters will be glad.
      • It will allow punters who wish to invest in today's volatile equity markets to do so, safe in the knowledge that they will not lose their original investment.
      • Our English punters couldn't bet on England because of this, but emotionally couldn't bet against them either.
      • Small companies, where many a retail punter likes to invest, are also back in fashion.
      • This means that the average punter's investments will do worse than the average performance of the market over any given time frame.
      • Most turn out to be bad investments in which punters lose their shirts.
      • The tourist season generally gathers pace for the four day meeting with visitors and local punters joining in the annual battle with bookies.
      • Tracker funds are also seen as one of the best first steps into investments for novice punters.
      • The internet is a major gambling hall for punters where they play poker bingo cards whatever; gamblers even get to play lotto online.
      • Maria Luisa has been a frustrating filly for punters to follow even though she has paid her way for her connections throughout the season.
      • With an online betting account, punters may call to place bets or bet through the Internet after the betting centres close.
      • It's the side of gambling you don't hear about: the punters who enjoy the casino and don't lose their shirt doing it.
      • He also wants punters entering casinos to have to show some form of identity.
      • Trouble is, us punters too often invest through the rear-view mirror.
      • Casual/recreational punters can use the same strategy that gives wiseguys their winning edge.
      • Sure, there have been some bookmaker failures, but the punter can see the evidence of the main bookmakers' financial strength on the High Street.

    • 2.2(customer)

      cliente masculine
      clienta feminine
      • But it will be harder for the ordinary punter to call everyday businesses to account.
      • That is what happened to the customers who followed a group of wealthy punters into the night club on Bridge Street the other night.
      • Once upon a year not that long ago, a young man sat in a pub telling a wide-eyed audience of punters all about his skiing holiday.
      • A trickle of punters browsed the market in Parliament Street and department stores were eerily quiet.
      • It is often small things that make all the difference to the loyal punter and inspire repeat business, or not.
      • The paying punters on the tour all seem motivated more by curiosity than ideology.
      • The spa is open only to residents, so there's no sharing your thermal dunks with pay-and-play punters or ‘club members’.
      • Around 160,000 of those new high speed Internet customers were existing dial-up punters who upgraded to faster services.
      • A lot of venues have predominantly straight customers on some nights, with gay punters showing up on others.
      • So were the punters in the audience when the Dubliner's name appeared on the scoreboard during O'Sullivan's match with Dott.
      • The business end of the rugby league season starts tonight, and, if the market framers and punters are right, then get ready for a couple of lopsided matches.
      • Tickets cost 30 Euro and to avoid disappointment, punters are asked to purchase in advance.
      • Nor will they necessarily be told that they will be discussed with a crowd of punters the following evening.
      • But such cowboys are not the worst problem for internet punters and exchange users at the moment.
      • Hong Kong punters follow the volume turnover of third-tier companies in the search for the next reverse-takeover target.
      • The band had CD pre-sale order forms there for punters to purchase.
      • Roux then grandstands and takes off his team blazer and tie and puts it up for auction - apparently at the request of a punter in the audience.
      • The broadband Internet Service Provider is under fire for its poor customer service with punters up in arms at being left without phone and broadband.
      • Still, Scotland kept the faith, to the severe detriment of the mug punters consuming water here.
      • Then we sell it on old Bury market, and the punters just can't get enough.