pro-am (professional+amateur)

совместная игра спортсменов-профессионалов и любителей

English-Russian word-building patterns .

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  • Professional amateurs — (also Pro Ams or ProAms) is a conceptual term to describe a blurring between the separate distinctions of professional and amateur within any endeavor or attainable skill that could be labeled professional, whether it is in the field of writing,… …   Wikipedia

  • Pro-Wrestler — Pro Wrestler, auch Pro Wrestler, Professional Wrestler oder Profi Wrestler, bezeichnet eine Person, die das moderne Wrestling betreibt. Diese Unterscheidung wurde in der englischen Sprache nötig, da ursprünglich „Wrestling“ sowohl das Amateur… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Amateur sports — Amateurism (from Fr. amateur lover of, from O.Fr., from L. amatorem nom. amator , lover, ). As a value system, amateurism elevates things done with self interest above those done for pay ( i.e., professionalism). The term has particular currency… …   Wikipedia

  • pro — pro1 [prəu US prou] n plural pros [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: professional] 1.) someone who is paid to do something, especially play a sport, that other people do for pleasure = ↑professional ≠ ↑amateur ▪ a tennis pro ▪ the small gap between top… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • professional — 1. adjective 1) professional occupations Syn: white collar, non manual, graduate, qualified, chartered 2) a professional cricketer Syn: paid, salaried 3) a very professional job …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • Pro shop — A pro shop is a sporting goods shop within a public or private membership amateur sporting activities facility of some kind, most commonly a golf course, where it will typically be located in the country club building. In the case of golf pro… …   Wikipedia

  • Professional ice hockey — has existed since after World War I. From the first professional ice hockey league based out of Michigan in the United States, it quickly grew into Canada and to many other countries, as diverse as Switzerland, Ukraine, Great Britain or Austria.… …   Wikipedia

  • Professional wrestling in Japan — is commonly referred to as nihongo|puroresu|プロレス in Japanese, short for professional wrestling ( purofesshonaru resuringu ). The word puroresu was made popular by Hisaharu Tanabe among the English speaking fans in the early 1990s through Usenet… …   Wikipedia

  • Professional go handicaps — were a system developed in Japan, in the Edo period, for handicapping professional players of the game of go against each other. With the abolition of the Oteai system, which from the 1920s had used some handicap games to determine the go ranking …   Wikipedia

  • professional — pro|fes|sion|al1 [ prə fəʃənl ] adjective *** 1. ) relating to work that needs special skills and qualifications: Every applicant is entitled to good professional advice. Teachers must be free to exercise their professional judgment. a ) showing… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Professional wrestling in the United Kingdom — spans over 100 years but became popular when the television show World of Sport was launched in the mid 1960s, making household names of the likes of Mick McManus, Count Bartelli (the dominant wrestler in Britain during the 1940s), Giant… …   Wikipedia


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