Translation of racecourse in Spanish:

racecourse

Pronunciation: /ˈreɪskɔːrs; ˈreɪskɔːs/

n

  • 1.1 (stadium) hipódromo (m) Epsom racecourse el hipódromo de Epsom
    More example sentences
    • Last year, the event was held at Goodwood racecourse and pitted Europe against the Middle East.
    • In early November, he sustained a minor injury at Flemington racecourse in his final career race.
    • The team will travel to Naas racecourse for a race meeting and dinner.
    1.2 (track) pista (f) (de carreras)

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