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Spanish translation of “jackpot”

jackpot

noun /ˈdʒӕkpot/
in playing cards, some competitions etc, a fund of prize-money that goes on increasing until it is won
premio gordo, apuesta acumulada
What are the chances of winning the jackpot?
hit the jackpot to win or obtain a lot of money or success
tocarle a alguien el gordo
She must have hit the jackpot with the sales of her last album.
(Definition of jackpot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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