Traducción de placé en inglés:
nombre masculino/masculine noun
- (caballo) llegar placé to be placed no llegó ni placé his horse didn't even place o/or wasn't even placed una apuesta a placé a place bet (inglés norteamericano/American English) an each-way bet (inglés británico/British English) llegué placé con la noticia [familiar/colloquial] someone had beaten me to it with the news
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