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solitairenoun

us   /ˈsɑl·ɪˌteər/
  • solitaire noun (JEWEL)

[C] a single jewel that is part of a piece of jewelry, esp. a ring, or the ring itself: a diamond solitaire
  • solitaire noun (CARDS)

[U] a game played with cards by one person
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Traducciones de “solitaire”
en chino (simplificado) 宝石, (尤指戒指上的)独粒宝石…
en turco tek kişilik iskambil oyunu…
en ruso пасьянс…
en chino (tradicionál) 寶石, (尤指戒指上的)單顆寶石…
en polaco pasjans…
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