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hide-and-seeknoun [U]

 /ˈhɑɪd·ənˈsik/
a ​game in which several ​childrenhide while one ​childcounts to a ​particularnumber without ​watching the ​others and then ​tries to ​find them
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hide-and-seeknoun [U]

uk   us   /ˌhaɪd.ənˈsiːk/
a children's ​game in which a ​group of ​childrenhide in ​secretplaces and then one ​child has to go to ​look for them
(Definition of hide-and-seek from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hide-and-seek”
in Arabic لُعْبَة الغُمِّيْضة…
in Korean 숨바꼭질…
in Portuguese esconde-esconde…
in Catalan fet a amagar…
in Japanese かくれんぼ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 捉迷藏游戏…
in Turkish saklambaç oyunu…
in Russian (игра в) прятки…
in Chinese (Traditional) 捉迷藏遊戲…
in Italian nascondino…
in Polish (zabawa w) chowanego…
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