What does «olímpico» mean in spanish?
- Relating to Olympus or Olympia.
- Related to the Olympian gods who, according to Greek mythology, inhabited Mount Olympus.
- The Olympic Games. Baron Pierre de Coubertin restored the Olympic Games in 1896 in the city of Athens with the celebration of international sports competitions and since then they have been held every four years with the participation of amateur athletes from all countries.
Examples of use in spanish: "el atleta nunca pudo alcanzar el oro olímpico".
- Haughty, proud, arrogant.
Examples of use in spanish: "olímpico desdén".
"con mirada olímpica".
- Grandiose, majestic, supreme.
- Sliced bread sandwich with cooked ham, cheese, hard-boiled egg, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise.
♦ Used in: Uruguay
- (gol olímpico) Difficult soccer move that consists of converting a goal directly from one of the two corners of the opponent's goal. The first recognized as such was made by Argentine Cesáreo Onzari on October 2, 1924. Previously, soccer rules prohibited goals scored in this way.
- (vuelta olímpica) The champion team returns to the soccer field while being cheered by the audience.
- (alambrado o tejido olímpico) The one that protects and separates the public from the athletes on a court.
- (alambrado o tejido olímpico) Perimeter fabric of great height and resistance, which provides greater protection.