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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “tombola”

tombola

noun [C]
 
/tɒmˈbəʊ.lə/ US  /tɑːmˈboʊ-/ UK
a game in which tickets with different numbers are bought from a spinning cylindrical container and small prizes are won when the numbers on the tickets are the same as the numbers on the prizes
「翻筋斗」賭戲(從旋轉的圓筒狀容器中抽取標有數字的獎券,其數字與小獎品上的數字相同者獲獎)
I won a bottle of port on the tombola at the fair.
我在遊樂場玩「翻筋斗」賭戲贏了一瓶波爾圖葡萄酒。
Gambling and bookmakingTaking risks
(Definition of tombola from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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