There are 2 translations of sprint in Spanish:

sprint1

Pronunciation: /sprɪnt/

n

  • 1.1 (fast run) (e)sprint (masculine) to make a sprint for the bus pegarse* or echarse una carrera para alcanzar el autobús (before noun/delante del nombre) sprint finish (e)sprint (masculine)
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    • During the last 10 seconds of your 60-second recovery jog, crank up the speed for your next sprint.
    • Tal forgot where he was and ignored the stubborn pain in his leg, running at a full sprint.
    • I've also been joining the Road Runners for weekly runs that vary in length and type, including slow jogs, hills, sprints and speed running.
    1.2 (short race) [Sport/Deporte] carrera (feminine) corta the 200m sprint los 200 metros planos or (Spain/España) lisos or (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) llanos
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    • Radanova was world champion in 2000, when she won the 500-metre sprint.
    • I hope to take up athletics and would like to compete in either the 100 metre or 200 metre sprint.
    • He was also a Lancashire athletics sprint champion and a more than adequate club cricketer.
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    • By winning the final sprint, the Australian champion prevented German Erik Zabel winning a seventh successive green jersey.
    • Lenton also remained undefeated in sprint freestyle, winning her 4th gold medal of the tour.
    • Teams then lined up on the water for two rounds of 400-metre sprint racing.

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There are 2 translations of sprint in Spanish:

sprint2

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  • 1.1 [Sport/Deporte] (e)sprintar
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    • Ana's mother sprinted out back to find her daughter standing with her hands over her face sobbing.
    • Luckily, however, a walker, who was following the same route as the couple, sprinted to the rescue.
    • Just than a passing youth snatched the woman's handbag and sprinted off, throwing it to another boy on a bike.
    1.2 (run fast) I had to sprint to catch the train tuve que correr or echarme una carrera para alcanzar el tren I sprinted after him salí corriendo tras él a toda velocidad

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