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[C] an entertaining activity or sport, especially one played by children, or the equipment needed for such an activity
a board game
indoor/computer games
The children played a game of cops and robbers.
I told the children to put their toys and games away.
Pastimes - general words
[C] a particular competition, match or occasion when people play a game
a game of chess/tennis/baseball
Competitions, and parts of competitions
[C] one part of a competition in activities such as tennis
I won the first game, and then lost the next two.
General terms used in ball sportsParts and stages of competitions
games [plural] UK organized sports activities that children do at school
the games teacher
It's games this afternoon.
Subjects and disciplinesSports and games generally
an organized competition consisting of several different sports events
the Olympic/Commonwealth Games
Competitions, and parts of competitions
[U] the way in which a person plays a particular sport
Susan is playing golf every day to try to improve her game.
Sports and games generally
[S] something that is not treated seriously
Love is just a game to him.
Pastimes - general words
(Definition of game noun (FUN ACTIVITY/SPORT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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