|game winning run batted in||GWRBI|
|(British slang) rugby, type of ball game, variety of football in which players must advance to the goal without passing the ball forward (kicking and backwards or lateral passes are permitted)||rugger|
|(in Poker) act of passing small sum of money to another player after winning the pot in a game||horsing|
|(Japanese) pinball game which uses a vertical board||pachinko|
|(Latin) ancient Roman game of chance based on the use of dice; (Classical Mythology) nickname of Athena that refers to a holy place built in her honor by Aleus; old city located on the Eastern border of Arcadia||alea|
|(new zealand) supernatural force or power, magical ability, supernatural powers (Polynesian, appears also in the game "Dungeons and Dragons")||mana|
|(Slang) complain; criticize, grumble, reddish brown game bird, wild chicken; criticism (Slang)||grouse|
|(Slang) loud noise; swindle; trap; ambush; competition or game organized with an opponent who can be defeated without effort, arrangement, organization; scheme; camera position ready for a specific shot, assemble; arrrange; establish; operate; cause so...||set tub|
|(Sports) British form of handball (played on a court with a front wall and walls on the sides); racket game that resembles squash: (Medicine) disease of the glands under the ear in horses||fives|
|(Sports) one who scores a point or goal; one who keeps track of the score of a game, cutting device, scorekeeper, somebody scoring point, somebody scoring points in an exam||scorer|
|(Sports) type of ball game, variety of football in which players must advance to the goal without passing the ball forward (kicking and backwards or lateral passes are permitted)||rugby|
|12 strikes in bowling, flawlessly pitched baseball game||perfect game|
|18C card game||ombre; omber|
|18thC card game, music for quadrille, square dance for four couples; music for this dance; card game for four players, square dance of French origin||quadrille|
|1986 Academy Award-winning film directed by Oliver Stone (starring Charlie Sheen and Willem Dafoe)||Platoon|
|4 runs, major competition, winning of all major competitions, winning of all tricks, winning of the main sporting events in a season; home run with bases loaded (Baseball); winning of all the tricks in a hand (Bridge)||grand slam|
|a service mark for the championship game of the National Football League played each year between the champions of the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference||Super Bowl|
|a trademark for a board game based on pachisi, an ancient game||Parcheesi|
|a trademark for a board game in which the players try to form words by placing tiles, each with a single letter on it, on the squares of a board||Scrabble|
|a trademark for a hand-held video-game machine with a very small monochrome LCD screen, graphics capability, and an extensive selection of games||Gameboy|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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