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table tennisnoun [U]

uk   /ˈteɪ.bəl ˌten.ɪs/ us   /ˈteɪ.bəl ˌten.ɪs/
A2 a game that is played on a large table where two or four players hit a ball over a low net using small, round bats
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table tennisnoun [U]

us   /ˈteɪ·bəl ˌten·ɪs/ trademark Ping-Pong
a game played on a large table where players at each end hit a small, light ball over a low net
(Definition of table tennis from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “table tennis”
in Arabic تِنِس الطّاوِلة…
in Korean 탁구…
in Portuguese tênis de mesa, pingue-pongue…
in Catalan tennis de taula…
in Japanese 卓球…
in Chinese (Simplified) 乒乓球运动…
in Turkish masa tenisi, pinpon…
in Russian настольный теннис…
in Chinese (Traditional) 乒乓球運動…
in Italian ping pong…
in Polish tenis stołowy…
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