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Translation of "hangman" - English-Spanish dictionary

hangman

noun   /ˈhæŋ.mən/ /-mæn/ ( plural -men   /-mən/)
a person whose job is to operate the device that kills criminals by hanging them from a rope by their necks verdugo 703
[no plural] a word game in which one player has to guess a word that the other player has thought of, by guessing the letters in it. Every timethey guess a wrong letter, part of a picture of a person being hanged is drawn, and if the picture is completed the person guessing has lost. ahorcado 1491259
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