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billiards
Pronunciation: / ˈbɪljərdz / Pronunciation: /ˈbɪljədz/

Translation of billiards in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • (+ singular verb) to play billiards
    jugar al billar
    Example sentences
    • But in professional carom, unlike in billiards, the cue ball has to hit three cushions during the shot.
    • The battalion chapel and a game room with billiards and ping-pong tables were also located in the DFAC building.
    • First it was indoor swimming pools, then came indoor tennis, of course the huge influx of indoor sports like snooker, billiards, table tennis became hot favourites.

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