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pro-am
American English: /proʊˈæm/
British English: /prəʊˈam/

Translation of pro-am in Spanish:

adjective

  • (especially American English)
    de profesionales y amateurs
    Example sentences
    • Players and their amateur partners in this pro-am event play a round each at Carnoustie, St Andrews and Kingsbarns over the first three days, with a cut coming ahead of the final round on the Old Course on Sunday.
    • Forty-four professionals had not completed their rounds at Kingsbarns, the third layout being used for this pro-am event where 156 pros are each playing with amateurs, many of them celebrities.
    • I loved the pros' stories about their pro-am experiences with their amateur partners.

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