Translation of discus in Spanish:
noun plural -cuses
- 1.1 (object)Example sentences1.2 (event) See examples: the discus
el lanzamiento de disco
- As far as performance goes, athletes are throwing the discus more than two times farther than the Greeks did, but records aren't falling as steadily as they used to.
- Now allegedly just as the discus left the athlete's hand, a sort of gale arose and blew it many more metres than was expected.
- Their goal was to empower them to run faster, jump higher, throw the discus and javelin farther, lift heavier weights, and excel in all power events.
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