what's your game? Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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what's your game?

UK informal
something you ask when you want to know what someone is doing or secretly planning to do: The porter saw me climbing over the wall and shouted "Hey you, what's your game?"
Translations of “what's your game?”
in Chinese (Traditional) 你在玩甚麽把戲?你在搞甚麽鬼?…
in Chinese (Simplified) 你在玩什么把戏?你在搞什么名堂?…
(Definition of what's your game? from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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