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Spanish translation of “bowl”

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bowl

noun /bəul/
a wooden ball rolled along the ground in playing bowls. See also bowlsbelow.
bola
bowler noun
lanzador, jugador de bochas
a ten-pin bowler.
bowling noun (see also ninepins) the game of skittles, bowls or something similar
bolos; boliche (Latinoamérica)
indoor bowling.
bowls noun singular a game played on a smooth green with bowls having a bias
bochas
a game of bowls.
bowling alley noun a long narrow set of wooden boards along which one bowls at skittles.
pista para bolos
a building which contains several of these.
bolera
bowling green noun a smooth piece of grass for playing bowls on.
pista para bochas
bowl over phrasal verb to knock down
desconcertar, dejar atónito
I was bowled over in the rush for the door
Translations of “bowl”
in Korean 그릇…
in Arabic وِعاء عَميق…
in French boule…
in Italian scodella, ciotola, piatto fondo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 碗狀物, 碗, 缽…
in Russian миска, чаша…
in Turkish çanak, kâse, kap…
in Polish miska…
in Portuguese tigela…
in German die Kugel…
in Catalan bol…
in Japanese 深い鉢, スープ皿, ボウル…
in Chinese (Simplified) 碗状物, 碗, 钵…
(Definition of bowl from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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