In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1equipo universitario masculine(team) (before noun) universitario(match) interuniversitario
- On the weekend of 7th week the varsity marathon kayaking takes place.
- Emily, Crash's buddy and team mate, was good enough that they moved her up to play varsity with the 16-18 year olds.
- He said he wanted to play for the varsity team but never went out for it.
- Also a special word for Steve Bacon, who added to his recent heroics in the varsity match to ease his way to the singles cuppers championship as well.
- Your best friend made the varsity basketball team?
- Conner had him on the freshman team for two days before moving him to the varsity.
- There were about ten people who were from the varsity team last year, and fifteen from the junior varsity.
- I played at Lord's in the varsity match, but unfortunately we lost.
- The varsity is for the most experienced and talented players.
- The sport has been played at the university for almost 30 years and this year, the annual varsity match against Cambridge was on Sky TV.
- The freshman and junior varsity programs can continue the development of fundamentals in preparation for the varsity.
- I played varsity golf my senior year in high school.
- I've played two years on varsity for Lincoln - 9th and 10th grade.
- I was into music and arts; he was on the baseball varsity of his school and the team representing his city.
- Greg Henderson was the youngest on the team; he was a sophomore on varsity.
- He was even more of an athlete than Ross - although he would be entering eighth grade come fall, he was on the varsity football, basketball, and lacrosse team.
- In varsity and Olympic competition, races may involve boats with one, two, four, or eight rowers.
- Her boyfriend went to Vallier, and played on the varsity basketball team.
- As a freshman at Birmingham High School in Los Angeles, he was a pretty good basketball player, made junior varsity, and although he didn't play much he put up good numbers when he did.
- With five assistant coaches and two trainers, the varsity's bench resembled an NBA team's.
- He was also elected captain for the varsity basketball team and class president that same year.
- His junior year he decided to give the game another try, and made the junior varsity squad.
- It was only a few weeks later that he scored 169 for Cambridge in the varsity match.
- He shot up to 5-8 before joining the varsity, and now, listed at 6-0, is at least an inch taller than his father and brother.
- The reason why Clemington had made it to the finals four years in a row would have to be based on the fact that four years ago, Chris Donovan and Devon Matthews joined the boy's varsity team.
- Mikie was the captain of the varsity basketball team and had been away a week at Ohio for a tournament with the top high school teams in the country.
- How could I not be used to it when I'm in the volleyball varsity team?
- By the time he joined the varsity as a sophomore, he and his coach realized he should become a full-time catcher.
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