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Meaning of “poker” - Learner’s Dictionary

poker

noun
 
 
/ˈpəʊkər/
GAME [U] a game played with cards in which people try to win money from each otherCard games
FIRE [C] a long, metal stick used for moving the coal or wood in a fire so that it burns betterToolsGardening tools
Translations of “poker”
in Arabic لُعْبة البوكر…
in Korean 포커(트럼프놀이)…
in Malaysian pakau…
in French poker…
in Turkish poker oyunu, bir tür iskambil oyunu, ocak süngüsü…
in Italian poker…
in Chinese (Traditional) 遊戲, 撲克牌遊戲…
in Russian покер, кочерга…
in Polish poker, pogrzebacz…
in Vietnamese sự chơi bài…
in Spanish póquer…
in Portuguese pôquer…
in Thai ไพ่โป๊กเกอร์…
in German das Pokerspiel…
in Catalan pòquer…
in Japanese ポーカー(トランプのゲーム)…
in Indonesian poker…
in Chinese (Simplified) 游戏, 扑克牌游戏…
(Definition of poker from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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