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small-bore
American English: /ˈˌsmɔl ˈˌbɔ(ə)r/

Translation of small-bore in Spanish:

adjective

  • de bajo calibre
    Example sentences
    • For the past 40 years, these guns have completely dominated the Olympic Games and other international small-bore rifle competition.
    • He established his own company, specializing in small-bore pistols plus the occasional rifle, and has been busy ever since.
    • After all, it happened for small-bore shooting, so why not for an activity in which competitors go in off the 10-metre board and, after impact, report terrible stinging and reddening in the buttock region?

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