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 Translation for 'jab' from English to Spanish
NOUN   a jab | jabs
VERB   to jab | jabbed | jabbed
jabbing | jabs
SYNO dig | jab | jabbing | ...
med.
inyección {f}
jab [Br.] [coll.] [vaccination by injection]
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Translation for 'jab' from English to Spanish

jab [Br.] [coll.] [vaccination by injection]
inyección {f}med.
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Usage Examples English
  • While throwing this combo, the jab is thrown while stepping forward into range and is followed by the cross while the jab is retracted back to guard, after the cross makes impact it is then retracted back to guard.
  • As Kelly moved in behind a jab, Jones went over the jab with a right to the head.
  • He is well known for his precise jab.
  • Extinct or nearly crops Local variety of paddy, kaun, linseed, pulse, jab, bajra.
  • Norton recalls in his autobiography that Futch's master plan for his first Ali fight was for Ken to try to out-jab Ali.

  • This move is similar to the jab step, but smaller. It is when a player uses multiple very little jab steps to throw off a defender and keep them constantly guessing whether you will go to the basket or not.
  • Soca produced in Grenada has a distinct style that takes the name of "jab jab" soca.
  • The most common is the jab and cross combination, nicknamed the "one-two combo".
  • I clearly remember that jab, his famous jab. It seemed to come out of nowhere.
  • In boxing and mixed martial arts, switch-hitting refers to the ability to change boxing stances mid-fight between an orthodox stance (Right-handed preference straight and left-handed preference jab) and a southpaw stance (Left-handed preference straight and right-handed preference jab).

  • Each operator watches one of the two fighters and has access to four keys, corresponding to jab connect, jab miss, power punch connect, and power punch miss.
  • He was able to use his jab effectively throughout the contest; the jab helped break Jenkins Jr.’s defense down.
  • Holmes' jab has often been called "the best among Heavyweights", [...] Ali's jab was famous for its speed and Liston's for its power.
  • Mumtaz (born 1948) is a Pakistani film actress who worked in Urdu and Punjabi movies during the 1970s and 1980s.
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