There are 2 main translations of champ in Spanish:

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champ 1

American English: /tʃæmp/
British English: /tʃamp/

intransitive verb

  • 1.1 (chew)
    Example sentences
    • The sound behind him of the horses champing and snorting and the carriage creaking propelled him reluctantly up the stairs.
    • A pervasive gloom hung over this place, woven into the very stillness of the air, disturbed only by the thud of hooves on fallen leaves and now and then a soft clink as one of the mares champed her bit.
    • And his horse in the silence champed the grasses
    Example sentences
    • No kicking under the table or champing on food during silent grace. No skipping or running in the hallways.
    • There was a loud champing sound outside, and occasionally growls or grumbling.
    • His jaws champed spasmodically, froth appeared on his blackened lips.
    1.2 (be eager) See examples: they were champing with impatience
    saltaban de impaciencia
    bit2 9

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champ 2

noun

  • [colloquial]
    campeón, (-peona) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • I like the Vikings as NFC champs and Super Bowl runners-up.
    • The Japanese baseball champs douse their star with Sapporo beer (I love the beer goggles - literally).
    • I went to high school with future champs.

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