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Translation of "domino" - English-Spanish dictionary

domino

noun   /ˈdɒm·ɪ·nəʊ/ ( plural dominoes)
dominoes [no plural]
a game played with small, flat, rectangular objects that have spots on them dominó to play dominoes
a small rectangular object that has spots on it, used in the game of dominoes ficha de dominó
(Definition of domino from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

domino

noun /ˈdominəu/ ( plural dominoes)
an oblong piece of wood etc marked with spots with which the game of dominoes is played dominó The two old men were playing a game of dominoes.
(Definition of domino from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “domino”
in Korean 도미노 골패…
in Arabic أحجار الدّومينو…
in Malaysian domino…
in French domino…
in Russian кость домино…
in Chinese (Traditional) 多米諾骨牌…
in Italian tessera di legno del gioco del domino…
in Turkish domino…
in Polish kostka domina…
in Vietnamese cờ đô mi nô…
in Portuguese dominó…
in Thai ตัวโดมิโน…
in German der Domino…
in Catalan fitxa de dòmino…
in Japanese ドミノのこま…
in Chinese (Simplified) 多米诺骨牌…
in Indonesian domino…
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