Translation of sponsorship in Spanish:

sponsorship

Pronunciation: /ˈspɑːnsərʃɪp; ˈspɒnsəʃɪp/

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 (financing) patrocinio (masculine), auspicio (masculine); (of the arts) mecenazgo (masculine); (of sports) patrocinio (masculine), esponsorización (feminine) under their sponsorship bajo sus auspicios well-known for their sponsorship of the arts muy conocidos por su mecenazgo
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    • This is the first time Pierce has become involved in sponsorship with the club and St Michael's are very appreciative of his involvement.
    • The bank announced that, while sponsorship of the tournament itself is no longer suitable for the company, they do intend to maintain an interest in the game.
    • It blames TV advertisers for promoting sweets and fatty foods and schools for allowing vending machines tuck shops, sponsorship by food companies and high fat and sugar meals.
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    • Organiser Michael Braund stresses it is not a race, but a leisurely walk, with the trophy going to the team that has raised the highest amount of sponsorship.
    • "It can be difficult for schools to find funding for these projects so we would be very grateful for any sponsorship."
    • His sponsorship is already up to £ 300 but he would like to raise at least £ 500, enough to fund one rescue flight.
    1.2 (of application) respaldo (masculine) 1.3 (of bill, motion) respaldo (masculine), apoyo (masculine)

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