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athletic Saltos de línea: ath|let¦ic
Pronunciación: /aθˈlɛtɪk/

Definición de athletic en inglés:

adjetivo

1Physically strong, fit, and active: big, muscular, athletic boys
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He was a short man, less than five feet tall, but in his young days he was physically strong and athletic.
  • Their gracefulness and expressiveness hid the fact that they were also very athletic and strong.
  • They're athletic, quick, strong, aggressive guys and they're always improving.
Sinónimos
fit, fighting fit, as fit as a fiddle, as fit as a flea, in good shape, in good trim, in trim, in tip-top condition, aerobicized, healthy, in good health, bursting with health, in fine fettle, as strong as an ox, as strong as a horse, as strong as a lion;
British in rude health
informalsporty, husky, hunky, beefy, ripped, shredded
North American informalbuff
US informaljacked
datedstalwart
literarythewy, stark
technicalmesomorphic
2 [attributive] British Relating to athletes or athletics: athletic events an athletic club
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Brian is a member of the Newcastle athletic club and the long jump is his specialist field.
  • Sports physiologists know that athletic ability does not deteriorate nearly as rapidly as was once thought.
  • Eight years later Tokyo was host to one of the greatest athletic battles in recent history.
Sinónimos
sporting, sports, games, gymnastic;
competitive

Derivados

athletically

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Pronunciación: /aθˈlɛtɪk(ə)li/
adverbio
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • A decade later and the sport is not only more athletically demanding, but there is clearly a younger breed of competitor more willing to challenge established methods.
  • Tyler has applied himself both academically and athletically.
  • Phillips has taken up the challenge to develop a higher level of interest among the more athletically inclined students.

Origen

Mid 17th century: from French athlétique or Latin athleticus, from Greek athlētikos, from athlētēs (see athlete).

Palabras que riman con athletic

aesthetic (US esthetic), alphabetic, anaesthetic (US anesthetic), antithetic, apathetic, apologetic, arithmetic, ascetic, balletic, bathetic, cosmetic, cybernetic, diabetic, dietetic, diuretic, electromagnetic, emetic, energetic, exegetic, frenetic, genetic, Helvetic, hermetic, homiletic, kinetic, magnetic, metic, mimetic, parenthetic, pathetic, peripatetic, phonetic, photosynthetic, poetic, prophetic, prothetic, psychokinetic, splenetic, sympathetic, syncretic, syndetic, synthetic, telekinetic, theoretic, zetetic

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