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all-American
American English: /ˌɔləˈmɛrəkən/
British English: /ˌɔːləˈmɛrɪk(ə)n/

Translation of all-American in Spanish:

adjective

  • (typically American)
    (boy/girl)
    típicamente americano
    he's an all-American athlete
    es un atleta de clase internacional
    Example sentences
    • It was the only sour note in an otherwise blissful campaign visit that provided him with the ideal all-American backdrop to answer the latest attack on his presidential credibility.
    • Tall and outgoing, he comes with curly hair, a fondness for motorcycles, and a no-frills, all-American manner, a quality you see in his dancing.
    • While the company may upset parents with their risque ads and catalog, they still consider it to be a quality brand with an all-American style.

noun

  • (Sport)
    atleta (masculine or feminine) de clase internacional
    jugador (-ra) (masculine, feminine) de clase internacional
    Example sentences
    • Dave had motored to the final with straight-set wins over John Musto and Richard Chin, the No. 1 players and four-time first-team all-Americans in the Class of '91 at Yale and Cornell respectively.
    • We have two returning all-American pitchers; they're both second team all-Americans.
    • At midfield, Downey must deal with the graduation of Harry Binning and the loss of two USLIA all-Americans.
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