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billiards

noun [U]  us   /ˈbɪl·jərdz/
a game played by two or more people on a table covered in green cloth in which a cue (= long pole) is used to hit a ball against other balls to send them into the holes along the edge of the table
Translations of “billiards”
in Arabic بِيلياردو…
in Korean 당구…
in Malaysian permainan billiard…
in French billard…
in Turkish bilardo…
in Italian biliardo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 撞球運動…
in Russian бильярд…
in Polish bilard…
in Vietnamese trò chơi bida…
in Spanish billar…
in Portuguese bilhar…
in Thai บิลเลียด…
in German das Billard…
in Catalan billar de tres boles…
in Japanese ビリヤード…
in Indonesian biliar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 台球运动,桌球运动…
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