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all-around
American English: /ˈˌɔl əˈraʊnd/
British English: /ɔːləˈraʊnd/

Translation of all-around in Spanish:

adjective (before noun)

(American English)
  • 1.1 (versatile)
    (athlete/scholar)
    Example sentences
    • I am jealous of all the talent I see around me, and bitter that the world is not giving me the fame, money and all-around kudos I feel I deserve.
    • And finally (as they say on the news) English explorer and all-around legend Sir Ranulph Fiennes runs his seventh marathon in seven days.
    • Christian Vieri is, arguably, the best all-around centre forward in the world at the moment, combining finishing, strength and pace.
    1.2 (comprehensive)
    (experience)
    the car offers all-around value for money
    el coche es, en todo sentido or desde todo punto de vista, una buena adquisición
    1.3 (in all directions)
    (visibility)

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