Definition of minicamp in English:

minicamp

Syllabification: min·i·camp
Pronunciation: /ˈminēˌkamp
 
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noun

North American
A session run by a professional sports team to train particular players, or to test potential new players, before the main preseason training.
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  • Jones sat out spring minicamps, training camp, the preseason and two games, but he still was voted a Pro Bowl starter.
  • Multiple offseason minicamps allow teams to weed out the majority of fringe players who demanded practice and game repetitions in the past.
  • He did not throw in the June minicamp, so training camp is a major test for him.

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