Translation of Olympic in Spanish:


olímpico, adj.

Pronunciation /əˈlɪmpɪk/ /oʊˈlɪmpɪk/

See Spanish definition of olímpico


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    (team/medal/stadium) olímpico
    • They don't have to be an Olympic rower or an Olympic athlete to be able to do the sport.
    • If you win an Olympic Gold medal you become a hugely marketable item, and will earn vast sums of money.
    • A few years ago I was sailing in an international event which was an Olympic qualifier.
    • Nobody in the game can move iron like he can and he trains at a gymnasium used by Olympic class weightlifters.
    • It has also raised the prospects of a wide open Olympic basketball tournament in Athens.
    • It was impossible to be knocked out of the Olympic ice hockey competition at this stage.
    • We might not produce many Olympic gold athletes but we're world champion shoppers.
    • The Greek reaction to four years of innuendo and controversy was to ask him to light the Olympic flame.
    • Did the Olympic sprinter lose in the final because of the intense atmosphere or because he or she had an off day?
    • It will be the icing on the cake if the Indian shooters can deliver an Olympic medal.
    • Taekwondo is a Korean branch of the martial arts and is a full Olympic sport.
    • The World Cup series was drawing to a close, and the Olympic trials were looming.
    • These tribulations did nothing to lessen the pressure on the four to come home with Olympic gold.
    • It got to such a pitch that all other Olympic rivals paled into insignificance.
    • Once society accepts it, the Olympic committee is going to have to deal with it.
    • She did student stuff, put on weight, and was asked if she had really ever been an Olympic diver.
    • At the same time they were initiated into the extraordinary world of the Olympic family.
    • It will be one of their last chances to see who is in shape and in contention for the Olympic title in Athens.
    • If only I had done that a year and a half ago, I may still have had my Olympic bronze.
    • Two years after winning Olympic gold he was plummeting down the rankings like a stone.