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player US English

A person taking part in a sport or game

Player, Gary US English

(1936-), South African golfer. He won numerous championships including the Masters (1961, 1974, 1978), the PGA (1962, 1972), the US Open (1965), and the British Open (1959, 1968, 1974)

team player US English

A person who plays or works well as a member of a team or group

MP3 player US English

A device for playing MP3s or other digital audio files

player piano US English

A piano fitted with an apparatus enabling it to be played automatically by means of a rotating perforated roll

record player US English

An apparatus for reproducing sound from phonograph records, comprising a turntable that spins the record at a constant speed and a stylus that slides along in the groove and picks up the sound, together with an amplifier and a loudspeaker

cassette player US English

A machine for playing back or recording audiocassettes

player-manager US English

A person who both plays in a sports team and manages it

portable media player US English

A handheld electronic device for playing digital media such as audio and video files

radio cassette player US English

An apparatus comprising a cassette player and a radio

multiplayer US English

A multimedia computer and home entertainment system that integrates a number of conventional and interactive audio and video functions with those of a computer

pure play US English

A company that focuses exclusively on a particular product or service in order to obtain a large market share

pure player in pure play US English

A company that focuses exclusively on a particular product or service in order to obtain a large market share

franchise player in franchise US English

A star player on a team

strolling players US English

A troupe of itinerant actors

player US Thesaurus

a tournament for young players

player English-Spanish

jugador,

bass player English-Spanish

(contra)bajo masculine and feminine, (contra)bajista masculine and feminine

bit-player English-Spanish

actor o actriz que desempeña papeles secundarios

card player English-Spanish

jugador, -dora masculine, feminine de cartas, jugador, -dora masculine, feminine de naipes

MP3 player English-Spanish

equipo masculine MP3 masculine, equipo

team player English-Spanish

trabajador, -doramasculine, feminine en equipo

record player English-Spanish

tocadiscos masculine

player-coach English-Spanish

→ player-manager

player piano English-Spanish

pianola feminine, piano masculine mecánico

video player English-Spanish

videocasete masculine, video

tennis player English-Spanish

tenista masculine and feminine

soccer player English-Spanish

futbolista masculine and feminine

cassette player English-Spanish

pasacintas masculine, cassette masculineSpain/España, pasacassettes masculineRiver Plate area/Río de la Plata, tocacassettes

baseball player English-Spanish

jugador, -dora masculine, feminine de béisbol

football player English-Spanish

→ footballer

player-manager English-Spanish

jugador-entrenador,, director técnico y jugador,

utility player English-Spanish

jugador, -dora masculine, feminine versátil

most valuable player English-Spanish

jugador más destacado,

table tennis player English-Spanish

tenismesista masculine and feminine

piano player in piano English-Spanish

pianista masculine and feminine

viola player in viola English-Spanish

viola masculine and feminine

bridge player in bridge English-Spanish

jugador, -doramasculine, feminine de bridge

keyboard player in keyboard English-Spanish

teclista masculine and feminine, tecladista masculine and feminineMexico/México

midfield player in midfield English-Spanish

centrocampista masculine and feminine, mediocampista masculine and feminine

saxophone player in saxophone English-Spanish

saxofonista masculine and feminine


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