There are 2 main translations of warm up in Spanish:

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warm up

  • 1verb + adverb 1.1 (become warmer)
    (place/food)
    calentarse
    (person)
    entrar en calor
    calentarse
    1.2
    (engine/apparatus)
    calentarse
    1.3 (become lively)
    (party/match)
    animarse
    ponerse animado
    1.4 (for action)
    (athlete)
    hacer ejercicios de calentamiento
    1.5 (become enthusiastic)to warm up (to something/somebody) warm 3 1, → warm 3 2
  • 2verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 2.1 (heat)
    (food/place)
    have a hot drink to warm you up
    tómate algo caliente para entrar en calor
    2.2
    (engine/apparatus)
    2.3 (make lively) 2.4 (for action)
    (muscles/voice)
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There are 2 main translations of warm up in Spanish:

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warm-up
American English: /ˈwɔr ˌməp/

noun

  • 1.1 (exercise)
    ejercicio (masculine) de calentamiento
    today's game is a warm-up for the final next week
    el de hoy es un partido de entrenamiento or preparación para la final de la semana que viene
    Example sentences
    • The Broncos, who need points to pull away from the threat of relegation, suffered a blow in the pre-match warm-up.
    • The music can easily be incorporated into stretching exercises, warm-ups, aerobic workouts, strength training, yoga and Pilates.
    • I have to report that possibly Scotland's most prestigious golf development, the new complex at Archerfield in East Lothian, has no plans at present to provide a basic gym for pre-match warm-ups.
    1.2 (for audience)
    (actuación que precede a la principal)
    Example sentences
    • This is a short comedy intended as a warm-up act for the main attraction.
    • The Charisma duet and solo performer Luci are some of the warm-up acts.
    • The only problem, of course, is that it's never a good idea to use a genius as your warm-up act.

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