Translation: from spanish

I'm game

  • 1 game

    game

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > game

  • 2 videojuego

    m.
    video game.
    * * *
    1 video game
    * * *
    * * *
    masculino video game
    * * *
    = video game [videogame], arcade video game.
    Ex. Other specific formats such as the videodisc and video games are not discussed.
    Ex. The real challenge in the educational use of the microcomputer lies in the incorporation of the more desirable characteristics of arcade video games into computer based instruction.
    ----
    * generación de los videojuegos, la = gaming generation, the.
    * videojuegos = gaming.
    * * *
    masculino video game
    * * *
    = video game [videogame], arcade video game.

    Ex: Other specific formats such as the videodisc and video games are not discussed.

    Ex: The real challenge in the educational use of the microcomputer lies in the incorporation of the more desirable characteristics of arcade video games into computer based instruction.
    * generación de los videojuegos, la = gaming generation, the.
    * videojuegos = gaming.

    * * *
    video game
    * * *

    Multiple Entries:
    videojuego    
    vídeojuego
    videojuego sustantivo masculino
    video game
    videojuego sustantivo masculino video game
    ' videojuego' also found in these entries:
    English:
    video game
    - video
    * * *
    video game
    * * *
    m video game
    * * *
    videojuego n video game

    Spanish-English dictionary > videojuego

  • 3 caza mayor

    f.
    big game, big game hunting, large animals hunting, venery.
    * * *
    big game
    * * *
    ( acción) hunting, game hunting; ( animales) big game
    * * *
    (n.) = big game
    Ex. The evolution of Homo erectus is still commonly attributed to big game hunting.
    * * *
    ( acción) hunting, game hunting; ( animales) big game
    * * *
    (n.) = big game

    Ex: The evolution of Homo erectus is still commonly attributed to big game hunting.

    * * *
    big game

    Spanish-English dictionary > caza mayor

  • 4 juego de mesa

    board game
    * * *
    (n.) = board game, table game
    Ex. The author looks at some of the extra activities engaged in by libraries, such as the provision of board games vending machines for the sale of drinks and other items.
    Ex. Renaissance gamesters soon embraced backgammon as their table game of choice.
    * * *
    (n.) = board game, table game

    Ex: The author looks at some of the extra activities engaged in by libraries, such as the provision of board games vending machines for the sale of drinks and other items.

    Ex: Renaissance gamesters soon embraced backgammon as their table game of choice.

    * * *
    board game

    Spanish-English dictionary > juego de mesa

  • 5 partido de fútbol

    (n.) = football game, soccer game, football match
    Ex. These everyday situations occur everywhere and include shopping in an open-air market, greeting friends, choosing clothes to wear, singing the national anthem at a football game, and so forth.
    Ex. In order to evaluate the significance of taking vitamin complexes minutes before soccer games, 40 soccer players were tested.
    Ex. The issue of refereeing football matches is never far from the forefront of public debate of the modern game.
    * * *
    (n.) = football game, soccer game, football match

    Ex: These everyday situations occur everywhere and include shopping in an open-air market, greeting friends, choosing clothes to wear, singing the national anthem at a football game, and so forth.

    Ex: In order to evaluate the significance of taking vitamin complexes minutes before soccer games, 40 soccer players were tested.
    Ex: The issue of refereeing football matches is never far from the forefront of public debate of the modern game.

    Spanish-English dictionary > partido de fútbol

  • 6 pichanga

    SF
    1) And (=escoba) broom
    2) Cono Sur (Dep) friendly soccer match
    3) Cono Sur (Culin) tray of cocktail snacks
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo (Bol) easy
    II
    femenino (Chi)
    a) ( partido - improvisado) kickabout, friendly game; (- malo) bad game
    b) (en dados, etc) dud hand (colloq)
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo (Bol) easy
    II
    femenino (Chi)
    a) ( partido - improvisado) kickabout, friendly game; (- malo) bad game
    b) (en dados, etc) dud hand (colloq)
    * * *
    ( Bol) easy
    ¿qué tal fue el examen? — pichanga how was the exam? — easy o ( colloq) a cinch
    ( Chi)
    1 (partidoimprovisado) kickabout, friendly game; (— malo) bad game
    2 (en los dados, etc) dud hand ( colloq)
    * * *

    pichanga sustantivo femenino (Chi) ( partidoimprovisado) kickabout, friendly game;
    (— malo) bad game

    Spanish-English dictionary > pichanga

  • 7 póker

    m.
    poker.
    * * *
    1→ link=póquer póquer
    * * *
    * * *
    poker masculino póquer
    * * *
    = poker.
    Ex. One might as well attempt to grasp the game of poker entirely by the use of the mathematics of probability.
    ----
    * cara de póker = poker face, deadpan expression.
    * juego de póker = poker game.
    * * *
    poker masculino póquer
    * * *

    Ex: One might as well attempt to grasp the game of poker entirely by the use of the mathematics of probability.

    * cara de póker = poker face, deadpan expression.
    * juego de póker = poker game.

    * * *
    póker, poker
    * * *

    póker sustantivo masculino See Also


    ' póker' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    atizador
    - póquer
    - cacho
    - ficha
    English:
    poker
    - poker-faced
    * * *
    * * *
    mpóquer
    * * *
    póker or
    poker nm
    : poker (card game)

    Spanish-English dictionary > póker

  • 8 caza menor

    f.
    small game, small animals hunting.
    * * *
    small game
    * * *
    ( acción) shooting; ( animales) small game
    * * *
    ( acción) shooting; ( animales) small game
    * * *
    small game

    Spanish-English dictionary > caza menor

  • 9 brisca

    f.
    brisque.
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: briscar.
    imperat.
    2nd person singular (tú) Imperative of Spanish verb: briscar.
    * * *
    * * *
    SF Spanish card game similar to whist but in which it is not necessary to follow suit
    * * *
    * * *
    brisca nf
    = card game where each player gets three cards and one suit is trumps
    * * *
    f Esp: popular card game

    Spanish-English dictionary > brisca

  • 10 estar dispuesto

    v.
    to be willing, to be all set, to be ready.
    * * *
    (v.) = be game
    Ex. Many of our group are financially strapped, and that presents a problem but I'm game.
    * * *
    (v.) = be game

    Ex: Many of our group are financially strapped, and that presents a problem but I'm game.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar dispuesto

  • 11 juego de adivinanzas

    Ex. The author aims to present Delphi as a practical method and to dispel the idea that Delphi is more of a guessing game.
    * * *

    Ex: The author aims to present Delphi as a practical method and to dispel the idea that Delphi is more of a guessing game.

    Spanish-English dictionary > juego de adivinanzas

  • 12 partido oficial

    m.
    matchplay.
    * * *
    Ex. They measured emotional responses of basketball fans as they exited the sport arena after their team had won or lost an official game.
    * * *

    Ex: They measured emotional responses of basketball fans as they exited the sport arena after their team had won or lost an official game.

    Spanish-English dictionary > partido oficial

  • 13 vencer a Alguien en su propio terreno

    (v.) = beat + Nombre + at + Posesivo + own game
    Ex. Just as Ivan finds that by taking pleasure in an extra piece of food he makes survival possible and beats Stalin and his jailors at heir own game.
    * * *
    (v.) = beat + Nombre + at + Posesivo + own game

    Ex: Just as Ivan finds that by taking pleasure in an extra piece of food he makes survival possible and beats Stalin and his jailors at heir own game.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vencer a Alguien en su propio terreno

  • 14 de desecho

    (ropa) cast-off 2 (material) waste
    * * *
    (adj.) = discarded
    Ex. Just as Ivan finds that by taking pleasure in finding and managing to keep a broken and discarded hacksaw blade he makes survival possible and beats Stalin and his jailors at heir own game.
    * * *
    (adj.) = discarded

    Ex: Just as Ivan finds that by taking pleasure in finding and managing to keep a broken and discarded hacksaw blade he makes survival possible and beats Stalin and his jailors at heir own game.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de desecho

  • 15 desechado

    adj.
    1 refused, excluded, expelled, rejected.
    2 outcast.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: desechar.
    * * *
    = jettisoned, discarded.
    Ex. He was to remain in his refuge for one hundred and twenty-one days, an urban Robinson Crusoe, venturing forth from his hiding hole to retrieve salvageable materials from the jettisoned impedimenta of restless travelers.
    Ex. Just as Ivan finds that by taking pleasure in finding and managing to keep a broken and discarded hacksaw blade he makes survival possible and beats Stalin and his jailors at heir own game.
    * * *
    = jettisoned, discarded.

    Ex: He was to remain in his refuge for one hundred and twenty-one days, an urban Robinson Crusoe, venturing forth from his hiding hole to retrieve salvageable materials from the jettisoned impedimenta of restless travelers.

    Ex: Just as Ivan finds that by taking pleasure in finding and managing to keep a broken and discarded hacksaw blade he makes survival possible and beats Stalin and his jailors at heir own game.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desechado

  • 16 en el banquillo

    Ex. How many substitute players are on the bench in a soccer game?.
    * * *

    Ex: How many substitute players are on the bench in a soccer game?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el banquillo

  • 17 erradicar una falsa idea

    (v.) = dispel + idea
    Ex. The author aims to present Delphi as a practical method and to dispel the idea that Delphi is more of a guessing game.
    * * *
    (v.) = dispel + idea

    Ex: The author aims to present Delphi as a practical method and to dispel the idea that Delphi is more of a guessing game.

    Spanish-English dictionary > erradicar una falsa idea

  • 18 primer plano

    m.
    1 foreground.
    2 close up, closeup.
    * * *
    (foto, cine) close-up
    * * *
    masculino (Fot) close-up (shot); en primero primero (Art) in the foreground
    * * *
    (n.) = close up, foreground, limelight, centre stage, forefront
    Ex. People are more used to going up for a closer look at an interesting feature on an object rather than selecting a close up photograph from some high-tech display unit.
    Ex. Apple's Mouse is currently restricted to the Lisa microcomputer: it can be seen clearly in the foreground of Fig.9.4.
    Ex. An enquirer upstaged by a virtuoso parade of knowledge may be unwilling to venture into the limelight again.
    Ex. The European Community's highly visible campaign to establish a unified economy by the end of 1992 has brought the EC to the centre stage of world affairs.
    Ex. The issue of refereeing football matches is never far from the forefront of public debate of the modern game.
    * * *
    masculino (Fot) close-up (shot); en primero primero (Art) in the foreground
    * * *
    (n.) = close up, foreground, limelight, centre stage, forefront

    Ex: People are more used to going up for a closer look at an interesting feature on an object rather than selecting a close up photograph from some high-tech display unit.

    Ex: Apple's Mouse is currently restricted to the Lisa microcomputer: it can be seen clearly in the foreground of Fig.9.4.
    Ex: An enquirer upstaged by a virtuoso parade of knowledge may be unwilling to venture into the limelight again.
    Ex: The European Community's highly visible campaign to establish a unified economy by the end of 1992 has brought the EC to the centre stage of world affairs.
    Ex: The issue of refereeing football matches is never far from the forefront of public debate of the modern game.

    Spanish-English dictionary > primer plano

  • 19 primera línea

    f.
    front line.
    * * *
    (n.) = front-line [front line], front-line, forefront
    Ex. Any front-line information and advice agency needs the backing of information gathering and collating services to provide really up-to-date and relevant information.
    Ex. The children were involved in manual labour, guard duty, front-line fighting, bomb manufacture, setting sea/land mines & radio & communication.
    Ex. The issue of refereeing football matches is never far from the forefront of public debate of the modern game.
    * * *
    (n.) = front-line [front line], front-line, forefront

    Ex: Any front-line information and advice agency needs the backing of information gathering and collating services to provide really up-to-date and relevant information.

    Ex: The children were involved in manual labour, guard duty, front-line fighting, bomb manufacture, setting sea/land mines & radio & communication.
    Ex: The issue of refereeing football matches is never far from the forefront of public debate of the modern game.

    Spanish-English dictionary > primera línea

  • 20 procedente de desecho

    (adj.) = discarded
    Ex. Just as Ivan finds that by taking pleasure in finding and managing to keep a broken and discarded hacksaw blade he makes survival possible and beats Stalin and his jailors at heir own game.
    * * *
    (adj.) = discarded

    Ex: Just as Ivan finds that by taking pleasure in finding and managing to keep a broken and discarded hacksaw blade he makes survival possible and beats Stalin and his jailors at heir own game.

    Spanish-English dictionary > procedente de desecho

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