Translation of baza in English:
nombre femenino/feminine noun
- 1 (en naipes) trick hacer or ganar una baza to win a trick meter baza [familiar/colloquial] to butt in [familiar/colloquial], to stick one's oar in (inglés británico/British English) [familiar/colloquial]
- 2 2.1 (recurso, arma) mi experiencia es la baza fundamental que puedo aportar a la empresa my experience is the most important thing I can bring to the company parece la mejor baza del equipo colombiano he could prove to be the Colombian team's trump card, he seems to be the great hope of the Colombian team jugaron su última baza they played their last card, they used their ultimate weapon tomó la determinación de jugar la baza decisiva she decided to play her trump card 2.2 (logro, adelanto) achievement su gran baza ha sido la conquista del mercado escandinavo their greatest achievement o/or success has been their conquest of the Scandinavian market esto constituyó la primera baza victoriosa de los rebeldes this represented the first taste of victory o/or first moment of triumph for the rebels 2.3 (oportunidad) esta carrera será la última baza para Romero this race will be Romero's last chance
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