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varsity

Pronunciation: /ˈvɑːrsəti; ˈvɑːsəti/

Translation of varsity in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • equipo (masculine) universitario; (before noun/delante del nombre) [team] universitario; [match] interuniversitario
    Example sentences
    • It was only a few weeks later that he scored 169 for Cambridge in the varsity match.
    • The sport has been played at the university for almost 30 years and this year, the annual varsity match against Cambridge was on Sky TV.
    • The reason why Clemington had made it to the finals four years in a row would have to be based on the fact that four years ago, Chris Donovan and Devon Matthews joined the boy's varsity team.
    Example sentences
    • By the time he joined the varsity as a sophomore, he and his coach realized he should become a full-time catcher.
    • With five assistant coaches and two trainers, the varsity's bench resembled an NBA team's.
    • As a freshman at Birmingham High School in Los Angeles, he was a pretty good basketball player, made junior varsity, and although he didn't play much he put up good numbers when he did.

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