Prize in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation and Dictionary
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prize
[praɪz]
noun
1. premio (m) (award)
  • to win a prize ganar un premio
  • no prizes for guessing who did it (sentido figurado) es evidente quién lo hizo
  • prize day día (m) de la entrega de premios
  • prize draw rifa (f)
  • prize money (dinero (m) del) premio
  • he won prize money of £60,000 ganó un premio en metálico de 60.000 libras
transitive verb
2. apreciar (value)
prize [praɪz]
noun
1 (in competition, lottery) premio (m)
there's a prize for the best costume we have 200 of them to give away as prizes you must claim your prize by telephoning our claims line her prize is a holiday for two in Jersey France's most prestigious literary prize, the Prix Goncourt there are prizes totalling £17m in this week's lottery
to win a prize (in competition) ganar un premio; she won a prize in the lottery le tocó la lotería
I've won prizes for my fuchsias
he won first prize (in race, competition) se llevó el primer premio; (in lottery) le tocó el gordo
he won first prize at the Leeds Piano Competition my pig won first prize at Skipton Fair
to carry off the prize win the prize ganar el premio
no prizes for guessing ... no prizes for guessing the title no prizes for guessing what he was reading on the plane he saw it as a conflict between home and career - /no prizes for guessing which he advised her to give up/
2 (Dep) (trophy) trofeo (m)
the FA Cup is the biggest prize in British football he has a chance of capturing the greatest prize in golf
(money) premio (m)
the £291,000 top prize in the world's richest golf event he sealed the richest prize in tennis with a 7-5, 6-2, 6-4 win
3 premio (m); galardón (m) (formal)
the greatest prize, the presidency, was finally within his grasp the Tokyo governor's job is a major political prize in Japan with no lands of his own, he was no great matrimonial prize a great strategic prize retained firmly in the grasp of the United States Michigan's 18 electoral votes are considered an important prize in this year's presidential race I had succeeded in winning two of the ultimate prizes of life: a perfect marriage and a perfect family
4 (Náut) presa (f)
adjective
1 (outstanding) de primera; de primera clase
a prize idiot un tonto de remate (informal)
what a prize idiot you are! what a prize fool he'd been
2 (prizewinning) [+entry, rose] galardonado; premiado; digno de premio
a prize bull she grows prize leeks awarded as a prize next week the prize holiday is in Rome they stole my prize Ming vase out back is the museum's prize exhibit, the wrecked fuselage of a military helicopter
transitive verb
apreciar mucho; estimar mucho
these plants were prized for their medicinal qualities the most prized trophy in sport these stamps are much prized by collectors a kind of glass which is now very rare and much prized
to prize sth highly estimar algo en mucho
I prize my independence too highly to do that his mind turned to the question of integrity, a virtue that he prized very highly
a prized possession un bien preciado
his most prized possession is a framed photograph of himself with the Pope one of the gallery's most prized possessions is the portrait of Ginevra da Vinci
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prize court (n) (Náut) tribunal (m) de presas marítimas
prize day (n) (Educ) día (m) de reparto de premios
prize draw (n) sorteo (m) con premio; tómbola (f)
all correct entries are eligible for our random prize draw
prize fight (n) (Boxing) partido (m) (de boxeo) profesional
banning boxing would achieve nothing, and may result in worse injuries from illegal prize fights the Congress has come to resemble a prize fight, with each side landing a few good blows in a complete 10-round prize fight, there are three minutes to each round
prize fighter (n) boxeador (m) profesional
he described himself as a professional prize fighter a retired/ex/former prize fighter
prize fighting (n) boxeo (m) profesional
he had a relish for the fray that seemed to recall the days of bare-fisted prize-fighting boxing is becoming more and more popular as an aerobic fitness sport among women but professional prize fighting is something else altogether
prize money (n) (cash) premio (m) en metálico
she won £5,000 in prize money they were going all out for the prize money, £6,500 for the winning team what will you do with the prize money? women professional tennis players should earn the same prize money as the men he thinks prize money in cricket is too high
(Boxing) bolsa (f); (Náut) parte (f) de presa
prize ring (n) (Boxing) ring (m)
a contest under London prize ring rules
prize [praɪz]
transitive verb
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