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Translation of "lottery" - English-Spanish dictionary

lottery

noun   /ˈlɒt·ər·i/ ( plural lotteries)
B1 a competition in which people buy tickets with numbers on them and win money if their ticket has a particular number lotería the national lottery
(Definition of lottery from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lottery

noun /ˈlotəri/ ( plural lotteries)
the sharing out of money or prizes won by chance, through drawing lots lotería Have you ever won anything on the lottery? They held a public lottery in aid of charity.
(Definition of lottery from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “lottery”
in Korean 로터리, 복권…
in Arabic يانَصيب…
in Malaysian loteri…
in French loterie…
in Russian лотерея…
in Chinese (Traditional) 抽彩,抽獎, 運氣,碰運氣的事…
in Italian lotteria…
in Turkish piyango, bir tür şans oyunu, kumar…
in Polish loteria…
in Vietnamese xổ số…
in Portuguese loteria…
in Thai สลากกินแบ่ง…
in German die Lotterie…
in Catalan loteria…
in Japanese 宝くじ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抽彩,抽奖, 运气,碰运气的事…
in Indonesian undian…
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