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Spanish translation: llevada

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English term or phrase:carry
Spanish translation:llevada
Entered by: Aida González del Álamo
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18:24 Apr 7, 2005
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Sports / Fitness / Recreation / tenis
English term or phrase: carry
Se trata del nombre de un golpe en tenis, en inglés lo definen de la siguiente manera:

"a shot that is carried on the racket strings or hit twice as the ball is returned"

son golpes legales a menos que el jugador haga dos o más intentos de golpear la pelota sobre la red.

Como se llama este golpe en España?

muchas gracias
Aida González del Álamo
Local time: 00:51
Una sugerencia =:)
Por lo menos en voley lo llamamos así.
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Leopoldo Gurman
Local time: 20:51
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muchas gracias
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3 +1llevada
Leopoldo Gurman



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Una sugerencia =:)
Por lo menos en voley lo llamamos así.

Leopoldo Gurman
Local time: 20:51
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muchas gracias

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agree  Arturo Delgado: De acuerdo, en tenis, volley y basquetbol
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  -> Gracias Arturo! Un agree polideportivo =:)
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