Translation: from italianko
what sports do you play
1 sport sm inv[spɔrt]
2 sportsm inv [spɔrt]
3 spareggiom sports play-off* * *spareggio s.m.1 disparity, inequality3 (econ.) ( squilibrio) unbalance; ( deficit) deficit: colmare uno spareggio, to make good a deficit.* * *pl. -gi [spa'reddʒo, dʒi] sostantivo maschile1) sport runoff, play-off, decider2) comm. (disavanzo) deficit* * *spareggiopl. -gi /spa'reddʒo, dʒi/sostantivo m.1 sport runoff, play-off, decider2 comm. (disavanzo) deficit.
4 fair play
5 play(-)backplay(-)back m ingl cine 1) исполнение под фонограмму 2) fig ретроспекция
6 fair play
7 long play
9 play(-)backplay(-)back/plei'bεk/m.inv.1 mus. cantare in playback to lip-sync2 cinem. playback.
10 play-off sm inv['plei'ɔf]Sport play-off
11 plug-and-play agg[plaɡan'plei]Inform plug-and-play
12 long playlong playlong play ['llucida sans unicodeɔfontŋ 'plei] <- oder long plays >sostantivo Maskulinmusica Langspielplatte Feminin
13 fair playfair play s.m.inv. fair-play, franc-jeu m.
14 long playlong play I. agg.m./f.inv. (colloq,Mus) microsillon agg. II. s.m.inv. (colloq,Mus) microsillon m., disque m. microsillon, ( colloq) trente-trois tours, ( colloq) vinyle m.
15 fair play
16 play offplay off s.m. (sport) play-off.
17 play-offsm inv ['plei'ɔf]Sport play-off
18 plug-and-playagg [plaɡan'plei]Inform plug-and-play
19 extended play
20 fair playPages
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