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Vocabulario, colocaciones y phrasal verbs sobre deportes

 

Seguimos en esta ocasión con una serie de frases, colocaciones, expresiones, phrasal verbs, etc… sobre los deportes que siempre es necesario tenerlo a mano y saber para cuando se de la ocasión 😉

 

  • Athletics shop – Tienda de atletismo
  • There are a lot of clothes to do sports in the athletics shop.
  • Dangerous sports – Deportes de riesgo
  • What dangerous sports do you practice?

 

  • Fitness trainer – Entrenador de fitness
  • I met my new personal fitness trainer last weekend.
  • Football player – Jugador de fútbol
  • Who do you think is the greatest football player of all time?
  • Football pool –Apuesta futbolística
  • Every week people buy football pools to win money.
  • Football team – Equipo de fútbol
  • The Spanish team is the best football team of all time.
  • Golf bag – Bolso de golf
  • I have a couple of sticks in my golf bag.
  • Golf ball – Pelota de golf
  • The golf ball flew over the field one mile from here.
  • Golf club – Club de golf
  • I make a party in the golf club for the golf players.
  • Golf course – Campo de golf
  • This golf course has eighteen holes.
  • Golf stick – Palo de golf
  • I borrowed a golf stick in the reception of the club.
  • Ice hockey – Hockey sobre hielo
  • I like to watch ice hockey on TV.
  • Ice skates – Patines de hielo
  • My ice skates are faster than yours.
  • Jet ski – Moto acuática
  • We rent jet skies every summer in the beach.
  • Judo classes – Clases de Judo
  • They let me do judo classes even though I had never done it before.
  • Olympic Games – Juegos olímpicos
  • Great Britain gained lost medals in the Olympic Games.
  • Physical fitness – Estado de forma física
  • Pay a fitness trainer to get a better physical fitness.
  • Pool attendant – Encargado de piscina
  • The pool attendant sold us two tickets for a day.
  • Rugby ball – Pelota de rugby
  • The player run along the field with the rugby ball in his hands.
  • Ski instructor – Instructor de esquí
  • Every time you go to ski you need a ski instructor.
  • Ski jacket – Chaqueta para esquiar
  • If you do not wear a ski jacket you will be cold.

 

  • Snow boot – Bota para nieve
  • We did not bring snow boots when snowed last month.
  • Snow shoe – Calzado para nieve
  • We have not bought snow shoes to walk on thin ice.
  • Sports clothes – Ropa de deporte
  • The boy was in trouble for dropping his muddy sports clothes on the changing room floor.
  • Table football – Futbolín
  • We went out yesterday and play to the table football in the bar.
  • Table tennis – Tenis de mesa
  • The Chinese people are the best players in table tennis.
  • Tennis player – Tenista
  • Rafa Nadal is the best tennis player in the world.
  • Tennis racket – Raqueta de tenis
  • The professional players have big tennis rackets.
  • World cup – Copa mundial
  • Brazil wins every twelve years a world cup.
  • Climbing boots -Botas de escalada
  • Last Sunday I wore my climbing boots for the first time.
  • Climbing rope – Cuerda de escalada
  • I pulled on the climbing rope to show I was safe.
  • Crowded beach –Playa abarrotada
  • I rather go to mountain than stay on a crowded beach.
  • Exciting sport – Deporte excitante o de riesgo
  • I have always enjoyed diving since it is an exciting sport.
  • Earliest form – La más temprana
  • The earliest form of the game that we know of Europe.

 

  • Easier route – Ruta más fácil
  • Yesterday, I was climbing with friends and we chose the easier route to go.
  • Expensive sport – Deporte caro
  • We are raising money to rent a pitch because it is an expensive sport.
  • Fast motor cars – Coches rápidos o de carreras
  • There is more risk driving fast motor cars tan playing tennis.
  • Local football – Fútbol local
  • It is not worth it going to watch our local football.
  • Local team – Equipo local
  • The local team won the football match.
  • Muddy clothes – Ropa sucia (manchada de barro)
  • Every time I play soccer I go back home with muddy clothes.
  • Ordinary sports – Deporte común
  • Golf is not as dangerous as some ordinary sports.
  • Personal trainer – Entrenador personal
  • I have signed up a personal trainer for my sessions of jogging.
  • Popular sport – Deporte popular
  • The most popular sport in the USA is football.
  • Professional football – Fútbol profesional
  • I’d like to see my team playing the professional football league.
  • Protective pads – Almohadillas protectoras
  • I need my protective pads to play rugby.
  • Racing driver – Piloto de carreras
  • Who is the best racing driver nowadays?
  • Safe sport – Deporte seguro
  • Climbing is a fairly safe sport nowadays.
  • Sports centre – Centro deportivo
  • My husband is the director of a sport centre.
  • Sports clothes – Ropa deportiva
  • Do not forget to wash your sport clothes.
  • Sportsperson – Deportista
  • You are the best sportsperson I have ever met.
  • Swimming lesson – Clase de natación
  • I’m going to the pool to have my swimming lessons.
  • Walking holidays – Vacaciones de excursiones a pie
  • We went on a walking holiday in the Rocky Mountains.
  • Yellow card – Tarjeta amarilla
  • The referee drew a yellow card to the player.
  • Playing ice hockey – Jugar al hockey sobre hielo
  • I broke my leg playing ice hockey.
  • Playing sports – Haciendo deporte
  • Playing sports is very healthy.
  • Taking risks – Correr riesgos
  • You must be prepared to take risks.
  • Apply for a job – Solicitar un trabajo
  • I am interested to apply for this job of personal trainer.
  • Enroll for a netball – Solicitar un trabajo
  • I want to enroll for a netball practice next term.
  • Pull on – Tirón
  • I pulled on the climbing rope to show I was safe.
  • Change up – Cambiar a una velocidad superior
  • One of his best pitches is his change up as most batters can’t spot it and they have trouble hitting it.
  • Cheering loudly – Animar fuertemente
  • We encouraged them to run faster by cheering loudly.
  • Keep healthy – Mantenerse sano
  • If you want to keep healthy do not smoke.
  • Lay up – Tirar a canasta de cerca
  • The best players spend a lot of time working on skills to improve their lay ups.
  • Play off – Enfrentarse
  • In America the most exciting play-off is the World Series.
  • Run faster – Correr rápido
  • I used to run faster than nowadays.
  • Tee off – Dar el primer golpe de golf
  • The last group of players will tee off at 2.30 in the afternoon.
  • Time out – Descanso, tiempo muerto
  • Their coach indicated that he wanted a time out , and the referee stopped the game.
  • Ask for – Preguntar, pedir
  • You can ask for information if you want.
  • Draw up – Redactar
  • The first rules to govern the game were drawn up at Cambridge University.
  • Finish up – Terminar
  • The match will finish up in ten minutes.
  • Give up – Dejar, abandonar (un hábito)
  • What sports have you either given up taken up recently?
  • Grow up – Crecer
  • Stephanie grew up in Australia.
  • Keen on – Seguir (haciendo algo)
  • What sportsperson are you keen on seeing play?
  • Keep back – Contener, ocultar
  • You used to keep back your feelings.
  • Keep off – Evitar, no tocar, abstenerse
  • He could not keep off her eyes of him
  • Keep up – Mantener en pie, seguir, continuar
  • You must keep up with your studies.
  • Kit out – Equipar
  • The room is kitted out as a gym.
  • Swimming lesson – Clase de natación
  • I’m going to the pool to have my swimming lesson.
  • Looking forward – Estar deseando
  • I am looking forward to seeing you next weekend.
  • Pull on – Ponerse
  • I pulled on the boots.
  • Straight out – Directamente
  • We were sent straight out along the street until we found the restaurant.
  • Take up – Empezar a hacer, dedicarse a algo
  • What sports have you either taken up or given up recently?
  • Throw in – Sacar de banda
  • The referee is ordering to throw in.

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