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dominonoun

uk   /ˈdɒm.ɪ.nəʊ/  us   /ˈdɑː.mə.noʊ/ (plural dominoes)
[C] a small, rectangular object with dots on it that is used in a gamedominoes [U] a game using dominoes: A group of old men sat playing dominoes.
Translations of “domino”
in Arabic أحجار الدّومينو…
in Korean 도미노 골패…
in Malaysian domino…
in French domino…
in Turkish domino…
in Italian tessera di legno del gioco del domino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 多米諾骨牌…
in Russian кость домино…
in Polish kostka domina…
in Vietnamese cờ đô mi nô…
in Spanish dominó…
in Portuguese dominó…
in Thai ตัวโดมิโน…
in German der Domino…
in Catalan fitxa de dòmino…
in Japanese ドミノのこま…
in Indonesian domino…
in Chinese (Simplified) 多米诺骨牌…
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