Translation of referee in Spanish:


árbitro, n.

Pronunciation /ˌrɛfəˈri//rɛfəˈriː/


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    • 1.1Sport

      árbitro masculine
      árbitra feminine
      réferi feminine Latin America
      • The shortage of hurling referees is still a problem.
      • I asked the referee at half-time why he hadn't given a penalty.
      • A rugby player who was injured in an accident on the field sued the referee for failing to protect him from a falling scrum.
      • There was one tackle that was so late the referee had blown for half-time.
      • Yet I thought the referees stopped some of the bouts too soon.
      • During the match assistant referee Andrew Halliday was felled by a hurled coin and bottles were thrown.
      • The first round tie kicked off 25 minutes late when the appointed referee failed to turn up.
      • He has served as an ICC match referee and is a past chief executive of the Pakistan Cricket Board.
      • But the video referee ruled that Paul Johnson had been illegally dispossessed.
      • The system has already been adopted by professional rugby referees south of the Border.
      • The referee's whistle came not a moment too soon and the celebrations began.
      • He was a rugby football referee in his spare time at one time.
      • Danny was one of the best Gaelic football referees in the county.
      • For a change, the video referee ruled against Saints and the try was rightly allowed to stand.
      • Mickey is a well known soccer referee and gave many years service to the game.
      • The Association, at present, is failing in its duty to referees, players and supporters alike.
      • Pat White was an impartial referee in a game played in a sporting spirit.
      • He has come across all of the top referees in the game and they have no problem with him.
      • But, if your team loses you blame the referee or the yellow card.
      • The results have been positive with one of our assistant referees officiating in the last World Cup tournament in France.

    • 1.2(in dispute)

      árbitro feminine
      • I want to thank the staff, referees, and authors for their dedicated support of this publication.
      • Connor said that the referees were against publication.
      • Cauchy and Legendre were appointed referees of this memoir.
      • It was written by Satyendra Nath Bose and rejected by a referee for publication.
      • In particular, I refer to solving problems with the writing and management of the referee process.
      • It should really not come as a surprise when you have friends round for dinner and someone, gently, reminds you that you need two referees to support your Ph.D. application.
      • We are all familiar with how journal editors can select referees to get the reports they want.
      • The author would like to thank Kim Van der Borght for his support and the anonymous referee for their valuable guidance and comments.
      • The author would like to thank two anonymous referees for their helpful comments.
      • Mel and I got our report back from the referees with regards to the Unlawful Combatant article.
      • A referee has huge power and what is written by a referee in his report is taken as the ‘gospel’.
      • As one of my referees pointed out, academic discourse does not allow for this kind of evidence alone.
      • They relied on the journal referees who had accepted Igor's papers for publication in order to judge the finer points of the work.
      • We acknowledge the very important role of the many men and women who agree to serve as academic referees for the manuscripts submitted to Sociology of Religion.

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    • 2.1British (for job candidate)

      you need two referees necesitas el aval de dos personas

    • 2.2British (assessor)

      evaluador masculine
      evaluadora feminine

transitive verb

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intransitive verb

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    hacer de árbitro