Translation of showdown in Spanish:

showdown

enfrentamiento, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈʃoʊˌdaʊn//ˈʃəʊdaʊn/

noun

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    enfrentamiento masculine
    confrontación feminine
    to have a showdown with sb tener un agarrón con algn
    • They're now prepping for a showdown with some Representatives and the White House.
    • Parents are gearing up for a showdown with education chiefs tonight over the future of a well-loved primary school.
    • Both largely take place mostly in the spooky woods, and feature a shrill showdown with an evil witch.
    • The family had to take part in four games and a final showdown with the Herdman family from Powys.
    • He makes friends with the staff and even becomes a bit of a legend after a dramatic showdown with Dixon.
    • He believes that the RFU's attitude has made a showdown with Premier Rugby inevitable.
    • A director of the struggling rail operator Arriva is set for a showdown with fed-up train users next week.
    • They are also gearing themselves up for a showdown with the board of directors as soon as the affair becomes public.
    • A showdown with their domestic rivals will sustain them a bit longer.
    • Skipton's market traders could be heading for a showdown with the council over plans to hold a farmers' market once a month.
    • It will be down to the likes of Neil Jenkins and Rob Howley to inject new life into the side ahead of their opening showdown with England.
    • England now face a quarter-final showdown with host nation Portugal.
    • Don't be surprised to hear the crowd cheering the American Michael Phelps when it comes to his showdown with the Thorpedo in the pool.
    • David Beckham is already dreaming of a World Cup final showdown with his Old Trafford pal Juan Sebastian Veron.
    • Tomorrow, the showdown with Asafa Powell and the Yankee Boyz shall take place.
    • Even the final showdown with the Green Goblin is premised as an ethical problem.
    • The final match of the regular season will be an Odsal showdown with bitter rivals St Helens on September 19.
    • He faces a showdown with his bitter rival Jeffrey Donaldson, who is calling on him to resign.
    • The league is over and all thoughts must now turn to May 22 and a showdown with old rivals, Cork.
    • A York boy who risked other people's lives in a rooftop showdown with police was today starting a four-month sentence.