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chutes and ladders

noun [plural] uk   us   US trademark (UK snakes and ladders)
a children's game played on a board that has pictures of chutes and ladders
Translations of “chutes and ladders”
in Chinese (Traditional) 梯盤棋…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蛇梯棋…
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