There are 3 main translations of tee in Spanish

: tee1tee2tee3

tee1

Pronunciation /tiː//ti/

noun

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There are 3 main translations of tee in Spanish

: tee1tee2tee3

tee2

tee, n.

Pronunciation /tiː//ti/

noun

  • 1

    (in golf)
    • 1.1(peg)

      (soporte para la pelota de golf) tee masculine
      • First, put two tees in the ground - one where the ball would be and another six inches ahead of the first.
      • Stick a tee into the ground on an angle, so that the top of it rests just behind the target side of the ball.
      • Golf is more than knocking a ball off a tee and into a hole.
      • Rick stuck the tee into the grass and set the golf ball on top.
      • Stick another tee in the ground an inch beyond the toe and a third of an inch inside the heel.
      • Stick a tee halfway into the ground and stand at address as if a ball were there.
      • Too steep a swing path may often smash you tees into the ground.
      • It was hard to bend over to put the tee in the ground, too, but I figured it out.
      • In fact, take some popcorn to the practice tee and alternate hitting golf balls and pieces of popcorn.
      • You're probably better off experimenting with loft angles, low-spinning balls and longer tees to get the ideal trajectory.
      • Next, place a second tee in the ground six inches in front of the ball you've teed.
      • If you try to get the ball up with a scoop, you won't be able to get the tee out of the ground.
      • A good drill for the practice green is to lay down tees beyond the hole and putt to them.
      • Place two tees in the ground about six inches apart, as shown above, with the one closer to you three inches closer to the target.
      • Apparently, it is an easily seen landmark, as it looks like a giant golf ball sitting on an enormous tee.
      • As he does so, two tees fall out of his shirt pocket onto the ground.
      • You can also assemble a basket of goodies; for example, if you know the prospect is a golfer, throw in some golf balls, a glove, tees, and a gift certificate for a local course.
      • For example; if the man you are sending flowers to is a golfer, your personal florist may want to add golf balls or tees to the arrangement.
      • I always brought along small cups of water to dampen the clay, so I could get a tee in the ground.
      • Eliot also selected a golf ball and, for good measure, a tee.

    • 1.2(area)

      punto de salida masculine
      the fifth tee el punto de salida del quinto hoyo
      • The last club I hit is the one I'm planning to use for my tee shot on the first hole of the day.
      • With less than two weeks before the first tee shot is struck, the details remained sketchy.
      • He has already taken his tee shot at the first hole and the injury is clearly hampering his swing.
      • Golf carts on the tee can make ruts in the ground that can be difficult for the ground staff to repair.
      • Golfers who hit their first tee shot out into the woods are not ecstatic about it.
      • The ground stretches away from an elevated tee towards a small lake.
      • To maximize the length of your tee shots, learn how to make contact with the ball on the upswing.
      • Suddenly on the third hole, you are forced you to hit a tee shot from one peninsular to another, and the water you were admiring becomes your most perilous obstacle.
      • We are going to lengthen these two holes by adding new tees and repositioning the bunkers.
      • Guests can also access their e-mail and even see, via a webcam, how busy the first tee on the golf course is.
      • Many times golf course tees and greens are constructed with materials such as calcareous sands that might require special testing.
      • His tee shot landed in the right-hand bunker and his first attempt at escape rolled back to his feet.
      • People who'd see us on the practice tee thought we were fighting.
      • His first tee shot on Thursday went straight into the crowd.
      • One summer, a friend of mine was talking with him near the upper tee on the third hole.
      • Believe me, the game is a lot easier when your tee shots consistently find the short grass.
      • The way the course is set up can also place a premium on working the tee shot.
      • He kept playing, but after hitting his tee shot on the sixth, he had to withdraw.
      • The 14-year-old, who is aiming to be a professional golfer, has a full-size practice green, including a choice of tees, five holes and even bunkers.

  • 2

    (mark)
    • Nowadays the curling 'tee' is the line through the centre of the 'house' in curling and is in fact the target not the release line, which is the 'hog' line.
    • Two men played two quoits each against each other throwing them a distance of 18 yards, in aiming the quoit he was assisted by a "leader in" who crouched behind the tee holding a piece of paper.

    blanco de ciertos juegos


transitive verb


There are 3 main translations of tee in Spanish

: tee1tee2tee3

tee3

Pronunciation /tiː//ti/

noun

US
informal

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    (garment)
    • The tee can be found virtually anywhere, at any department store or retail store.
    • He felt her hand on his chest, just above the neckline of his tee.
    • Anything from a simple tee to a dressy blouse will work as long as it's fitted and cropped at the waist for a smooth fit.
    • I stepped out of the bathroom in light blue jeans, white tee, pale green over shirt, and socks.
    • He was wearing some faded jeans and a vintage tee with a hat.
    • Close-fitting tees and tanks with loose pants work best.
    • A small logo on the chest or back of your tee is classy, subtle and will match the rest of your training gear.
    • Lighter tees and shorts are giving way to heavier long-sleeve sweaters and pants as we start to bundle up and gradually prepare for winter's grueling conditions.
    • The look that seemed to work the best with all big men was a button-down shirt left open with a coordinated tee underneath.
    • Her long black hair was pulled back in a neat pony tail, and her striped tee with khaki capris told me one thing - today would be an adventure.
    • The layering of a chunky cardigan over a thin tee is just right and not too messy.
    • In addition to boards, the collection, which has a modern Japanese artsy look, includes hoodie sweatshirts, tees, tanks, and skating paraphernalia.
    • Get a few pairs of nice, washed dark denim jeans, a stylish cut dark blazer or sportcoat, a few pinstripe dress shirts, some tees with prints, a pair of stylish black shoes, and a black belt.
    • On any normal day, jeans and a tee would suit her fine.
    • As with traditional tees, your best bet is cotton or even mesh.
    • In concession to the October morning chill, she slipped a worn flannel shirt on over the tee.
    • Call them T-shirts, tee shirts or tees, they're still hot sellers on the trendy fashion scene.
    • The trendsetting active wear includes velour sweat suits, tees, shorts, tank dresses and jeans.
    • I was running late one morning and quickly threw on a tee and capris.
    • He wore baggy green pants and a flannel checkered shirt over a white tee.