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darts
American English: /dɑrts/
British English: /dɑːts/

Translation of darts in Spanish:

noun

  • (+ singular verb)
    dardos (masculine plural)
    to play darts
    Example sentences
    • Young people aged from 11 to 18 will be able to enjoy pool, darts, television and computer games at the new club which will be based at the village hall.
    • Later they were again brought to the laboratory, but this time they could choose between shooting baskets or trying to score bull's-eyes in darts.
    • I was the badminton champion and also excelled in darts, football and hockey.

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