board game Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"board game" in British English

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board gamenoun [C]

uk   us  
A2 any of many ​games, for ​example chess, in which ​smallpieces are ​moved around on a ​board with a ​pattern on it
(Definition of board game from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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board gamenoun [C]

 us   /ˈbɔrd ˌɡeɪm, ˈboʊrd-/
any game in which ​pieces are moved in ​particularways on a board ​marked with a ​pattern: All ​ourold board games like Monopoly were ​gatheringdust in a ​closet.
(Definition of board game from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “board game”
in Arabic لُعبة ذات رُقعة…
in Korean 보드 게임…
in Portuguese jogo de tabuleiro…
in Catalan joc de taula…
in Japanese ボードゲーム…
in Chinese (Simplified) 棋类游戏…
in Turkish oyun tahtası üzerinde oynana oyun (dama, satranç vb.)…
in Russian настольная игра…
in Chinese (Traditional) 棋類遊戲…
in Italian gioco da tavolo…
in Polish gra planszowa…
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