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Verbos en Ingles

Vencer, ganar (a alguien) To Beat -- He beat you very easily.
Hacer rodar, Jugar a los bolos To bow -- He bowled ten fast balls.
Coger, atrapar To catch -- Luckily he caught the ball before it crossed the line.
Hacer trampas, cometer un fraude To cheat -- He cheated by taking steroids
Competir To compete -- She has competed in all the London marathons.
Empatar To draw -- Neither of the team won the game. They drew
Driblar To dribble -- She dribbled the ball into the goal.
Parar, dejar de hacer To GiveUp -- He gave up playing basktelball because he has to study
Ponerse en forma To GetFit -- She got fit going to the gymn last year.
cabecear, golpear con la cabeza To head -- Owen headed the ball into the back of the net.
golpear To hit -- He hit the ball over the wall.
correr (rodar) despacio To jog -- He jogs to work every morning.
saltar To jump -- He jumped very high
golpear con el pie, patear, dar una patada To kick -- He kick the ball very strongly
tumbar, golpear y tirar. To knockout -- He was knocked out in the first round.
perder To lose -- They have lost every match this season.
pasar To pass -- She passed me the ball quite well and I scored.
jugar To play -- He couldn't play because of an injury.
competir To race -- Michael Schumaker had been racing for many years before he retired.
montar a caballo To ride -- She rode very well.
Arriesgar To risk -- Your team risked too much and they lost.
correr To run -- They ran together for a mile.
Navegar To sail -- That sailors sailed in a big ship
marcar, puntuar, encestar ... To score -- When he scored the crowd went wild.
patinar To skate -- They skated past the finish line.
esquiar To ski -- She was only happy when she was skiing.
esprintar To sprint -- To run as fast as you can over a short distance. He sprinted over the finish line.
nadar To swim -- He swam as fast as he could.
placar, agarrar To tackle -- He was booked when he tackled the goal keeper
Participar To take part in -- I took part in a race or competition.
Empezar ( una actividad) To TakeUp -- He took up playig rugby last week
lanzar, arrojar To throw -- He threw the ball very far.
empatar To tie -- They tied 1:1.
calentar To warm Up -- They warmed up before the match
ganar To Win -- They won the match 3 nil.