There are 2 translations of heavyweight in Spanish:

heavyweight1

Pronunciation: /ˈheviweɪt/

n

  • [Sport/Deporte] peso (masculine and feminine) pesado a political/literary/industrial heavyweight un peso pesado de la política/literatura/industria
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    • The World's allow one entrant per division per country, while the World Games are one men's lightweight, middleweight and heavyweight per continent.
    • The German was world heavyweight boxing champion from 1930-32.
    • He also happens to be a two-time world heavyweight boxing champ.
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    • Where must it be ranked among the great clashes between light heavyweights and heavyweights?
    • The boxers set a brisk pace for heavyweights, both relying on speed of hand and continual movement.
    • It was because they weren't heavyweights, and to expect them to compete with the heavyweight champion, who held the premier title in boxing, was ludicrous.

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There are 2 translations of heavyweight in Spanish:

heavyweight2

adj

  • 1.1 [Sport/Deporte] (before noun/delante del nombre) [boxer/wrestler] de la categoría de los pesos pesados; [title] de los pesos pesados
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    • With the weight penalty (a heavyweight publication), either hand carry it on the plane, or send it early for the festive season by sea mail!
    • A slimming guru has received an award from a no-longer-so heavyweight TV critic for bringing Weight Watchers classes to Rochdale.
    • Choose high-quality, mediumweight fleece - lightweight fleece will not produce a fluffy bloom and two layers of heavyweight fleece are too bulky.
    1.2 [Textiles] [cotton/denim] grueso y resistente 1.3 (serious) [newspaper] serio
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    • With a serious heavyweight training behind him, his food is already to die for.
    • Some got merely dozens of votes but very many were serious heavyweight contenders with a wide range of experience.
    • Perhaps we have been wrong in thinking him a serious, heavyweight politician.

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Cultural fact of the day

The CAP (Curso de Adaptación Pedagógica) is a course taken in Spain by graduates with degrees in subjects other than education, who want to teach at secondary level. Students take a CAP in a particular subject, such as mathematics, literature, etc.