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lawn bowling

noun [U] uk   us   US (UK bowls)
a game played either outside on smooth grass or inside on an artificial surface, in which the players roll a large black or brown ball as close as possible to a smaller white ball
Translations of “lawn bowling”
in Chinese (Traditional) 草地滾木球戲, 地滾球戲…
in Chinese (Simplified) 草地滚木球戏, 地滚球戏…
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