Translation of benchwarmer in Spanish:


suplente, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɛn(t)ʃˌwɔrmər/ /ˈbɛntʃwɔːmə/


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    suplente masculine, feminine
    • On his watch, the better players reportedly grossed $1,000 per month, while benchwarmers averaged $600.
    • Compare the top quarterback in a minor football league to a benchwarmer with the Dallas Cowboys, for instance.
    • What's more, he had done this - reducing the role of former stars while adding playing time and instilling confidence in former benchwarmers - while keeping the team cohesive, upbeat, and reading from the same playbook.
    • Would it have killed Perez to spend a little bit of money to secure one or two average, reliable benchwarmers?
    • He's been a benchwarmer, an NFL Europe experiment, an instant success, an injury waiting to happen, a free-agent prize, a near bust, a Pro Bowler and a Super Bowl champ.
    • Compared to growing up, Rose figured life as an NBA benchwarmer was not so bad.
    • Sports fans know how far benchwarmers will take you.
    • No player this season has gone from benchwarmer to franchise stud like Randolph.
    • Much maligned when he was Liverpool's most expensive benchwarmer, Friedel is now much praised as Blackburn Rovers' top backstop.
    • But if either approaches his former talent level, Offerman will become a highly paid benchwarmer.
    • Take a pass in hopes that next season's offerings will bring a change of pace to this career benchwarmer.