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Verbos de deporte

Sports verbs

QuestionAnswer
To Beat *Vencer, ganar (a alguien). He beat you very easily.
To bowl *Hacer rodar, Jugar a los bolos. He bowled ten fast balls.
To catch *Coger, atrapar Luckily he caught the ball before it crossed the line.
To cheat *Hacer trampas, cometer un fraude He cheated by taking steroids
Tocompete *Competir Shehas competed in alltheLondon marathons.
Todraw *Empatar Neitherof theteamwon thegame. Theydrew
To dribble *Driblar She dribbled the ball into the goal.
To Give Up *Parar, dejar de hacer He gave up playing basktelball because he has to study
To Get Fit *Ponerse en forma She got fit going to the gymn last year.
To head *Cabecear, golpear con la cabeza Owen headed the ball into the back of the net.
To hit *Golpear He hit the ball over the wall.
To jog *Correr (rodar) despacio He jogs to work every morning.
To jump *Saltar He jumped very high
To kick *Golpear con el pie, patear, dar una patada He kick the ball very strongly
To knock out *Tumbar, golpear y tirar. He was knocked out in the first round.
To lose *Perder They have lost every match this season.
To pass *Pasar She passed me the ball quite well and I scored
To play *Jugar He couldn't play because of an injury.
To race *Competir. Michael Schumaker had been racing for many years before he retired.
To ride *Montar a caballo She rod every well.
To risk *Arriesgar Your team risked too much and they lost.
To run *Correr They ran together for a mile.
To sail *Navegar That sailors sailed in a big ship
To score *Marcar, puntuar, encestar ... When he scored the crowd went wild.
To skate *Patinar They skated past the finish line.
To ski *Esquiar She was only happy when she was skiing.
To sprint esprintar To run as fast as you can over a short distance. He sprinted over the finish line.
To swim nadar He swamas fast as he could.
To tackle *Placar, agarrar He was booked when he tackled the goal keeper
To take part in *Participar I took part in a race or competition.
ToTakeUp *Empezar ( una actividad) He took up playig rugby last week
To throw *Lanzar, arrojar He threw the ball very far.
To tie *Empatar They tied 1:1.
To warm Up *Calentar They warmed up before the match
To Win *Ganar They won the match 3 nil
Created by: SportTamaraRuiz