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German translation of “game”

game

noun /ɡeim/
an enjoyable activity, which eg children play
das Spiel
a game of hide and seek.
a competitive form of activity, with rules
das Spiel
Football, tennis and chess are games.
a match or part of a match
das Spiel
a game of tennis Lucy’s winning the match (by) three games to one.
(the flesh of) certain birds and animals which are killed for sport
das Wildbret
He’s very fond of game (also adjective) a game bird.
gamely adverb courageously.
entschlossen
He gamely agreed to take part in the Karaoke competition.
games noun plural an athletic competition, sometimes with other sports
die Spiele (pl.)
the Olympic Games.
gamekeeper noun a person who looks after game.
der Wildhüter
game point a winning point.
der Gewinnpunkt
game reserve an area of land set aside for the protection of animals.
das Wildgehege
game warden a person who looks after a game reserve or, in the United States, game.
der Jagdaufseher
the game is up the plan or trick has failed or has been found out.
das Spiel ist aus
(Definition of game from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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