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pregame Saltos de línea: pre|game
Pronunciación: /ˈpriːɡeɪm/
North American

Definición de pregame en inglés:

adjetivo

Denoting or relating to an event that occurs directly before a particular sports game: he threw out the first pitch during the pregame ceremonies
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • You heard it on sports radio and television pregame shows, amidst the endless barking and blather of those lively roundtable segments.
  • That, and a giant cup of straight black coffee, is the extent of his pregame preparation.
  • Come sit in the stands for a few minutes—anywhere you like, nobody cares this early—and watch the pregame rituals.

sustantivo

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A television or radio programme in which commentators discuss a sports game which is about to take place: the comments in question were made during last night’s pregame
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The pregame is the big deal at Manny's HD in Moonachie, where the HD refers to the 18 high-definition screens.
  • Does anything happen to broadcasters who pick the wrong team in the pregame?
  • Only NASCAR followed with a successful on-location pregame.

verbo

[no object] informal Volver al principio  
Drink alcohol before attending an event or social function: a lot of the teenagers had pregamed before they got there
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Max and his brothers are pre-gaming: a dozen of them strut about the courtyard of their house on the University of Florida's Fraternity Row, each nursing a cold beer.
  • While boozing in the theaters is verboten, you can pregame with local brews, wines and mixed drinks.
  • After pregaming with a couple of Red Bull and Vodkas, he allegedly made quite a scene at the party.

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