Translation of rugby in Spanish:

rugby

rugby, n.

(rugby football)

Pronunciation /ˈrəɡbi//ˈrʌɡbi/

noun

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    rugby masculine
    before noun rugby player jugador de rugby masculine
    • This is a weakness in the club structure and is something we are investing heavily in to promote tennis, rugby football and athletics.
    • I still love playing rugby and tennis and I have no problem getting about the pitch or the court.
    • We see how excited people get when England start winning at cricket, football or rugby.
    • They're really getting behind the team and seem to be genuinely enjoying their rugby.
    • Both sides play a similar open style of rugby which should produce a fine spectacle.
    • As a teacher Andy worked at the City of London School, where he coached cricket and rugby.
    • What pleases me is that they are playing great rugby football, and the whole team are smiling a lot.
    • He's also very keen on sports, he's very keen on rugby football.
    • Anyone participating in serious competitive games of rugby football must expect to receive his or her fair share of knocks, bruises, strains, abrasions and minor bodily injuries.
    • Football is kicking rugby off the top spot at some of the region's leading public schools.
    • Open rugby was impossible in strong winds, as the ball was constantly blown off course.
    • The laws of a game like rugby football differ from norms of conduct enforced by the courts.
    • In rugby, the ratio of the hand pass to the kick is much lower than in Gaelic football.
    • Satellite television carries cricket, football and rugby every day of every week.
    • Keen frosts had slowly given way to warmer weather and after a fortnight's hold-up rugby football and hockey teams were able to play.
    • In perfect conditions for rugby football, the team was playing with pace and precision, looking to move the ball at every opportunity.
    • Competition between the constituent nations of the United Kingdom got under way almost as soon as the sports of association and rugby football had their rules agreed.
    • He was a school monitor, head of Clifton Rise house and played for the first team at both rugby and hockey.
    • You can give them all the money in the world, they won't improve their standard of rugby football unless they get better competition.
    • Michael hopes to continue playing golf but accepts that his rugby playing days are over.