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Meaning of “poker” in the English Dictionary

"poker" in British English

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pokernoun

uk   /ˈpəʊ.kər/  us   /ˈpoʊ.kɚ/
  • poker noun (TOOL)

[C] a ​long, ​thinmetalstick that you use to ​move around ​coal or ​wood in a ​fire so that it ​burnsbetter
(Definition of poker from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"poker" in American English

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pokernoun

 us   /ˈpoʊ·kər/
  • poker noun (GAME)

[U] a ​gameplayed with ​cards in which ​peopletry to ​winmoney from each other
  • poker noun (TOOL)

[C] a ​long, ​metalpole that you can ​stick in a ​fire to move ​wood or ​coal so that it will ​burnbetter
(Definition of poker from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “poker”
in Korean 포커(트럼프놀이)…
in Arabic لُعْبة البوكر…
in Malaysian pakau…
in French poker…
in Russian покер, кочерга…
in Chinese (Traditional) 遊戲, 撲克牌遊戲…
in Italian poker…
in Turkish poker oyunu, bir tür iskambil oyunu, ocak süngüsü…
in Polish poker, pogrzebacz…
in Spanish póquer…
in Vietnamese sự chơi bài…
in Portuguese pôquer…
in Thai ไพ่โป๊กเกอร์…
in German das Pokerspiel…
in Catalan pòquer…
in Japanese ポーカー(トランプのゲーム)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 游戏, 扑克牌游戏…
in Indonesian poker…
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