Translation of sporting in Spanish:


deportivo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈspɔːtɪŋ//ˈspɔrdɪŋ/


  • 1

    (fair, sportsmanlike)
    (spirit) deportivo
    it's very sporting of you to offer to help es muy amable de su parte ofrecerse a ayudar
  • 2

    • 2.1(relating to sport)

      (press/interests) deportivo
      well known sporting celebrities figuras destacadas del mundo del deporte
      • The sporting fixture allows the communities to merge, but the union stops there.
      • Encourage your customers to bring in additional items relating to the shadowbox such as a golf tee, score card, ticket to a sporting event, a baseball hat or an autographed photo with a sports celebrity.
      • Success with that endeavor has led the company to commission artists for a number of world-class sporting events, including the Olympics, each year the games are held.
      • The Jury was impressed with the success of the architect's original vision in the making of a huge naturally ventilated and lit entertainment and sporting centre.
      • Accustomed to private clubs, upper-class friends, and sophisticated functions, the Professor naturally seeks the same elevated status in his sporting pursuits.
      • The audience consumes these shows in much the same way as the live telecast of a sporting event because uncertainty is a key part of the viewing experience.
      • Additional community facilities grouped within this setting include schools, the fire station, sporting centres and several churches.
      • He's a victim of his circumstance rather than himself, too set in his ways to appreciate academic rather than sporting achievement when it comes to his sons.
      • It is interesting that so often we seem to prefer our sporting heroes to be those who throw away their talent.
      • I view elections much like all-night sporting events, with the score changing every fifteen minutes or so.
      • In addition, though weary from his journey, he participates in the sporting contests in which he wins the discus throw, and this foreshadows his later athletic triumph when he returns home.
      • Much of the novel is devoted to dialogue between players during the games, and especially to their quarrels over the sporting history of which they are a part.
      • The cafe and lounge overlook the largest space in the building, a gymnasium used for both sporting and social events, which opens to a paved terrace on the west side.
      • At others, his approach to the show is so much like a series of set pieces it seems as if he is limbering up for the opening ceremony of some big but cash-strapped sporting event.
      • It is with utter frustration that I see such sports buildings hailed a success when clearly, from a sporting point of view, they cannot be.
      • A friend of mine had gone into a sporting goods store that was having this raffle, entered his own name and entered my name separately, two weeks before.
      • They treat the trial as if it were a sporting event and rate the attorneys for who provided the better performance.
      • But this would be the first time for the toddling town to play patron to the biggest sporting event in television.
      • Goal, the sporting term, has the widest possible application to characterize our wishes and attainments.
      • And what happens when people want rival teams to win the same big sporting event?

    • 2.2(relating to hunting, shooting)

      (party/scene/dog) de caza
      a well-known sporting man un conocido cazador