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Results for: fun and gamesTranslations 1 - 30 of 70
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fun and gameshigh jinks; hijinks
(in Economics) nickname for stocks of a company that is considered stable and profitable and has a relatively high price per share; something of high quality and expensive; blue token that has a high value (in poker games), poker chip, valuable asset o...blue chip
3 games in a rowtriple-header
a trademark for a hand-held video-game machine with a very small monochrome LCD screen, graphics capability, and an extensive selection of gamesGameboy
a trademark for a series of baseball games played between the winners of the American League and the National League to decide the major league championshipWorld Series
accumulate in a body part, business trust, collective resource, communal fund; treasury, general financial fund; any of a number of games played on a cloth covered table with cues and balls, billiards, deep part of water, form a pool, form of billiards...pool
adult male human, adult male human; human being, person; human race, mankind; husband, boyfriend (Informal); game piece used in board games like checkers or chess, authority figure, be ready for action, employee or worker, husband or man companion, int...man
aloof or superior, enormous, Greek deity, like Greek deity, of Olympia, Olympic athlete, relating to Mount Olympus, resident of Olympia; Olympian god; one who competes in the Olympic Games, somebody from Olympia, suitable or typical of the Greek gods i...Olympian
any of a number of games played on a cloth covered table with cues and balls, pool, snooker, game of hitting balls with cuebilliards
approximate, estimated, baseball stadium or field, park where baseball is played, park for playing ball games, touchdown area for spacecraftballpark
area for organized team gamesplaying field
avenue of stores, enclosed area with game machines, passageway covered with an arched roof; video game room, location containing coin-operated games, passageway with arches, series of archesarcade
backspin shot in cue gamesdraw shot
bad thing, card with two spots, number 2, playing card with two spots; side of a die bearing two spots; throw of the dice which totals two; score of 40 each or five games each (Tennis); two dollars or two pounds (Slang), tie-breaking situation, used to...deuce
bag used in tackling practice, exposed hand in bridge, fake, imitation, feigned pass in ball games, figure shaped like a person on which clothes are displayed; fake, counterfeit;(British) pacifier; (Slang) fool, stupid person; (Slang) penis, imitation ...dummy
be shill, one who poses as a customer in order to lure other customers (in gambling houses, games of chance, etc.), pretended customer or gambler, promote as shill, self-interested promotershill
bean-filled bag used in games, large cushion used as seat, small bag filled with beans (used as a toy)beanbag
bet in pool at loo, gambling card game, toilet, toilet (British usage; love (Scottish usage); card game in which forfeits are placed into a central pool; forfeits placed in the central pool (in card games)loo
bet, bet money, betting of money on a game of chance, wager; risky undertaking, endanger something, play games of chance, bet; take a risk, involve oneself in a risky undertaking, put something dangerously at risk, something done that is risky, take a ...gamble
better, wagerer; card-player, gamester; one who plays games of chancegambler
betting money, playing of games of chance; act of involving oneself in a risky undertakinggambling
bid to take no tricks (Card Games)nullo
bird of the crow family, castle, game piece that can move horizontally or vertically across an unlimited number of unoccupied squares (Chess); swindler, cheat; one who cheats in games of chance, cheat somebody, deceive, chess piecerook
blade of a paddle wheel, carry in a canoe, dabble in water, early input device for video games, flat-bladed stirring tool, flipper, oar; ping-pong racquet; any elongated flat-ended implement used for various actions (i.e. stirring, swatting, spanking);...paddle
board with holes for keeping score, board with holes for playing games, board with many holes for inserting pegspegboard
brandy glass, gas-filled bag used as toy, gas-filled bag used in air transport, increase in amount, light bag-shaped construction filled with a gas which is lighter than air; inflated rubber ball (used in games); explanation box which appears when the ...balloon
bridge match of three games, caoutchouc, elastic material derived from of some tropical plants; synthetic material resembling caoutchouc; eraser; instrument for rubbing or scraping; series of card games; decisive game in a series of card games; condom ...rubber
bunco, cheater, swindler (in card games); deceit, fraudbunko
card for playing gamesplaying card
carnival before Lent, entertainment with games and prizes, fair, festival, pageant, public celebration, outdoor showcarnival
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