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Translation of "game" - English-Spanish dictionary

game

noun   /ɡeɪm/
A1 an activity or sport that people play, usually with rules and needing skill juego a computer game Football is such an exciting game. Do you want to play a different game?
A2 a particular occasion when people play a game partido, partida Who won yesterday’s game? We had a game of cards.
(Definition of game from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

game

noun /ɡeim/
an enjoyable activity, which eg children play juego a game of hide and seek.
a competitive form of activity, with rules juego Football, tennis, and chess are games.
a match or part of a match partido, partida a game of tennis Lucy’s winning the match (by) three games to one.
(the flesh of) certain birds and animals which are killed for sport caza mayor; caza menor He’s very fond of game (also adjective) a game bird.
gamely adverb
courageously valientemente; animosamente; resueltamente He gamely agreed to take part in the Karaoke competition.
games noun plural
an athletic competition, sometimes with other sports juegos the Olympic Games.
gamekeeper noun
a person who looks after game. guardabosque, guardabosques
game point noun
a winning point punto de partido The Lakers reached game point.
game reserve noun
an area of land set aside for the protection of animals. coto de caza
game show noun
a television programme/program in which people play games or answer questions in order to win prizes programa de jocs (also adjective) a game show host.
game warden noun
a person who looks after a game reserve or, in the United States, game. guarda de coto/caza
the game is up
the plan or trick has failed or has been found out se acabó el juego The game was up when police found stolen goods at the burglar’s house.
(Definition of game from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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