Translation of ball game in Spanish:

ball game

n

  • (game with ball) juego (m) de pelota; (baseball game) (AmE) partido (m) de béisbol; (US football game) (AmE) partido (m) de fútbol or (AmC, Méx) futbol americano no ball games prohibido jugar a la pelota it's a whole new ball game [colloquial/familiar] ha cambiado totalmente el panorama
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    • According to David Block's new book Baseball Before We Knew It, the game may be traced to a continental ball game called la soule.
    • They also have big youth memberships and an estimated 1500 youngsters are now playing the oval ball game in the county.
    • This may be the first huge step in rectifying the small ball game in a county where stones at the side of roads are reserved for footballers.
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    • I had not played in a major league ball game since July 1952.
    • Otherwise you can pitch me every day if you feel I can help you win a ball game.
    • ‘I entered the ball game late for defense at first base, replacing Nate Colbert in the eighth inning’ Fairly, 65, said.

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