- A game in which players mark off numbers on cards as the numbers are drawn randomly by a caller, the winner being the first person to mark off five numbers in a row or another required pattern.More example sentences
- Once, working in a bingo hall, a caller asked him what he wanted to do with his life and Kay confessed he wasn't sure.
- As anyone who lives in York knows, the opening of the new bingo hall marks the end of the road for the old Rialto.
- A loyal bingo player, a game she loved and hated to miss.
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- 1Used to express satisfaction or surprise at a sudden positive event or outcome: bingo, she leapfrogged into a sales trainee positionMore example sentences
- When you throw in sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, bingo!
- Add some scented climbers and a well thought-out colour scheme - bingo!
- A quiet Sunday at home might do wonders for both of us, and if it brings you on, then - bingo!
- 1.1A call by someone who wins a game of bingo.More example sentences
- Someone called out numbers and if you filled in a whole line, you yelled "Bingo" and got a set of dishes or something.
- A beano player was excited and yelled Bingo instead of Beano and that's how Bingo was born.
- I was losing badly, but Jessica came within one space of winning when finally, someone yelled "Bingo!
1920s (as an interjection): of unknown origin.
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