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solitaire

noun  /ˈsɑl·ɪˌteər/ us  

solitaire noun (JEWEL)

[C] a single jewel that is part of a piece of jewelry, esp. a ring, or the ring itself: a diamond solitaire

solitaire noun (CARDS)

[U] a game played with cards by one person
Translations of “solitaire”
in Chinese (Traditional) 寶石, (尤指戒指上的)單顆寶石…
in Russian пасьянс…
in Turkish tek kişilik iskambil oyunu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 宝石, (尤指戒指上的)独粒宝石…
in Polish pasjans…
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