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skittlenoun

uk   /ˈskɪt.l̩/  us   /ˈskɪt̬-/
skittles [U] a game played especially in Britain in which players roll a ball at objects shaped like bottles to try to knock them down and score points [C] one of a set of objects shaped like bottles that are knocked down with a ball as part of a game
Translations of “skittle”
in Vietnamese con ky…
in Spanish bolo…
in Thai วัตถุที่ทำจากไม้รูปขวดใช้ในการเล่นกีฬาสกิตเทิล…
in Malaysian botol kayu…
in French quille…
in German der Kegel…
in Chinese (Traditional) (撞柱遊戲的)柱子…
in Indonesian botol kayu…
in Russian кегля…
in Turkish kuka…
in Chinese (Simplified) (撞柱游戏的)柱子…
in Polish kręgiel…
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