sprinter


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sprint

 (sprĭnt)
n.
1. The act or an instance of sprinting, especially a short race at top speed.
2. A burst of speed or activity.
v. sprint·ed, sprint·ing, sprints
v.intr.
To move rapidly or at top speed for a brief period, as in running or swimming.
v.tr.
To move over (a distance) rapidly or at top speed for a brief period: sprinted the last 100 yards to the finish line.

[Possibly alteration of Middle English sprenten, to spring up, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Swedish dialectal sprinta and Old Norse spretta, to jump.]

sprint′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sprinter - someone who runs a short distance at top speedsprinter - someone who runs a short distance at top speed
runner - a trained athlete who competes in foot races
Translations
مُتَسابِقمُشْتَرِك في سِباق، شَخْص سَريع الجَرْي
sprintér-kasprinter
sprinterhurtigløber
pikajuoksija
sprintersprintericatrkač na kratke staze
rövidtávfutóvágtázó
spretthlaupari
短距離走者
단거리 경주 선수
šprintér
kortdistanslöpare
นักวิ่งเร็ว
kısa mesafe koşucususürat koşucusu
người chạy nước rút

sprinter

[ˈsprɪntəʳ] N (Sport) → velocista mf, (e)sprínter mf

sprinter

[ˈsprɪntər] nsprinteur/euse m/f, sprinter mfsprint finish n (SPORT)sprint m

sprinter

nKurzstreckenläufer(in) m(f), → Sprinter(in) m(f)

sprinter

[ˈsprɪntəʳ] n (Sport) → velocista m/f

sprint

(sprint) noun
1. a run or running race performed at high speed over a short distance. Who won the 100 metres sprint?
2. the pace of this. He ran up the road at a sprint.
verb
to run at full speed especially (in) a race. He sprinted (for) the last few hundred metres.
ˈsprinter noun
a person who is good at sprinting.

sprinter

مُتَسابِق sprintér sprinter Sprinter σπρίντερ velocista pikajuoksija sprinteur trkač na kratke staze velocista 短距離走者 단거리 경주 선수 sprinter sprinter sprinter atleta que corre curtas distâncias спринтер kortdistanslöpare นักวิ่งเร็ว kısa mesafe koşucusu người chạy nước rút 赛跑选手
References in classic literature ?
So he displayed the zeal of an insane sprinter in his purpose to keep them in the rear.
But if ever a sprinter broke into smithereens all world's records it was I that day when I fled before those hide-ous beasts along the narrow spit of rocky cliff between two narrow fiords toward the Sojar Az.
Hall toed the mark and at the word was off with the form of a sprinter.
Before the end of the third day he had revealed himself as a confirmed opium-smoker, a gambler, a most audacious thief, and a first-class sprinter.
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Not given a hard ride by today's pilot Barry Geraghty, Sprinter Sacre "nished a close third to the very smart Dodging Bullets at Ascot.