Spanish Word for athlete  

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English Word: athlete (f)

Spanish Word: la deportista
The Spanish Word for athlete (f)
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Translated sentences containing 'athlete'
The athlete is very strong.
El atleta es muy fuerte.
When I grow up I want to be an athlete
Cuando sea grande quiero ser atleta.
The bad comments in the press would have hurt the athlete if he had read them.
Al deportista le habrían dolido los malos comentarios del reportero si los hubiese leído.
The athlete is very strong.
El atleta es muy fuerte.
This athlete runs the fastest.
Ese atleta es el más rápido.
He's a professional climber, a real athlete.
Practica alpinismo profesional, es un verdadero atleta.

What athlete would knowingly cause damage to his heart or liver, his kidneys or reproductive organs?
¿Qué atleta dañaría a sabiendas su corazón o su hígado, sus riñones o sus órganos de reproducción?
Besides being an athlete myself, I have children who have reached or are approaching the level of elite athletes.
Además de ser atleta, tengo hijos que han alcanzado o están a punto de alcanzar el nivel de atletas de elite.
It must be based on the natural abilities of the individual athlete or team, and never on performance enhanced by pharmaceutical or technical aids.
Se debe basar en las aptitudes naturales del atleta o del equipo y nunca en una mejora del rendimiento a base de recursos farmacéuticos o técnicos.
As in sport, regular training leads to better performances, and, as an athlete, the EU budget, by becoming smaller, becomes more inefficient and more under-used.
Como en los deportes, el entrenamiento regular produce un mejor rendimiento y, como atleta, el presupuesto de la UE, al reducirse pierde eficacia y se infrautiliza.
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