athlete$5656$ - traducción al español
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SOUTH KOREAN LONG JUMPER
Kim Yong-Il (athlete); Jong-Il Kim (athlete); Kim Jong Il (athlete); Kim Jong-Il (athlete)

athlete      
n. atleta, gimnasta
sports woman         
  • Athletes taking part in a race on a snowy park in the U.S.
  • Runners, ceramics, S. IV a.C.
PERSON WHO PARTICIPATES REGULARLY IN A SPORT
Athletes; Sportsmen; All-around athlete; Sportspeople; Athelete; Sports person; Athlete (track and field); Athlete (sports); Sports player; Sports personality; Sportspersons; Sport star; Sports star; Sports woman; Sports man; Athlete (athletics); Afflete; Athletæ; Sportsperson; Player (sport)
(n.) = deportista
Ex: The image which the majority of girls have of the sports woman is as of a healthy, slim, clean, quick-moving, intelligent, strong-willed, self-assured & natural person.
athlete         
  • Quarter-scale ATHLETE prototype, with its principal investigator [[Brian Wilcox]]
LUNAR ROVER TEST-BED
ATHLETE (robot); All-Terrain Hex-Legged Extra-Terrestrial Explorer; Tri-ATHLETE
el atleta

Definición

Sportsmen
·pl of Sportsman.

Wikipedia

Kim Jong-il (athlete)

Kim Jong-il (Korean: 김종일, born 11 September 1962), sometimes transliterated Kim Yong-il, is a South Korean retired long jumper, best known for winning two gold medals at the Asian Games. He also competed in the Olympics twice, and was the first Korean athlete to have made a final round at the Olympics. His personal best jump was 8.00 metres, achieved in August 1988 in Seoul. After retiring as an active athlete, he turned to a career in coaching and academics.