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lucky dipnoun [C]

uk   /ˌlʌk.i ˈdɪp/ us   /ˌlʌk.i ˈdɪp/ UK US grab bag
a game in which you pay to pick a prize out of a container with many different prizes in it, without being able to see what you are picking
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Translations of “lucky dip”
in Chinese (Simplified) 摸奖,摸彩…
in Chinese (Traditional) 摸獎,摸彩…
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