Translation of scorer in Spanish:

scorer

Pronunciation: /ˈskɔːrər; ˈskɔːrə(r)/

n

  • 1.1 (player)jugador que marca uno o más tantos who were the scorers? ¿quiénes marcaron ( or hicieron los goles etc)?, ¿quiénes fueron los anotadores? (Latin America/América Latina) the highest goal scorer this season el máximo goleador de esta temporada
    More example sentences
    • After quickly getting among the Conference top scorers this season, goals have been hard to come by for Mullin in recent weeks.
    • All hits on scorers after a goal should be considered attempts to injure and be penalized as such.
    • Jon Newby, now top scorer after his seventh goal of the season, would be a prime target for ambitious clubs.
    1.2 (scorekeeper) who's going to be scorer? ¿quién se va a encargar del marcador?, ¿quién va a llevar la cuenta de los tantos?

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