There are 3 translations of game in Spanish:

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Pronunciation: /geɪm/

n

  • 1 countable/numerable 1.1 (amusement) juego (masculine) games of chance and skill juegos de azar y habilidad or destreza it's all in the game todo es parte del juego to play the game jugar* limpio to play the game according to the rules seguir* las reglas del juego
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    • There will be games, amusements and activities for all the family.
    • This club provides weekly activities, games and amusement for the youth.
    • But few other games really engage the intellect, instead of just the reflexes.
    1.2 (type of sport) deporte (masculine) the fight game (American English/inglés norteamericano) el (deporte del) boxeo tennis isn't really my game el tenis no es mi fuerte 1.3 (way of playing) to be on one's game estar* en forma she's off her game no está en forma, no está jugando tan bien como siempre I played my normal game jugué como de costumbre
  • 2 countable/numerable 2.1 (complete match) [Sport/Deporte] partido (m); (in board games, cards) partida (f) to have a game of chess/cards jugar* una partida de ajedrez/naipes 2.2
    (games plural)
    (competition) juegos (masculine plural) the Olympic Games los Juegos Olímpicos, las Olimpíadas or Olimpiadas the school games los campeonatos del colegio
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    • For the most part, hockey is truly a team game in a sports world that sells individuals.
    • Rugby enthusiasts gave up on the sport after the game was dragged in the mud.
    • Earlier this year, the house teams competed in friendly rivalry games of cricket, football and volleyball.
    2.3
    (games)
    (British English/inglés británico) [Education/Educación] (+ singular verb/+ verbo en singular) deportes (mpl), educación (f) física games master profesor (m) de deportes, profesor (m) de educación física games mistress profesora (f) de deportes, profesora (f) de educación física
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    • He would not have done so had he not discovered this talent in our games lesson.
    • He said had been at his games lesson for only 15 minutes when the headteacher took him to his office, where police were called.
    • The sound of a typical high school games lesson vibrates beneath us, but our gaze is fixed for two, maybe three minutes.
  • 3 countable/numerable (part — of tennis, squash match) juego (m); (— of bridge rubber) manga (f) Smith leads by two games to one Smith gana por dos juegos a uno they were one game all iban empatados or iguales a un juego
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    • We will just try our hardest and concentrate on our final few games to get the results we need.
    • Amazingly there were to be only two further scores in the final period of the game.
    • When he cleaned up in the final innings of the game, he was fully vindicated.
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    • The eighth seed broke him in the third game of the match and from then on broke serve at will.
    • The Swiss calmly wrapped up the victory on the first of three match points a game later.
    • Sutton's Dave and Julie were the best couple in both matches winning 27 games in each fixture.
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    • A side which has already won one game towards the current rubber is said to be vulnerable.
    • A game may be made in more than one deal, such as by scoring 60 and later 40, or it may be scored by making a larger bid and earning 100 or more points in a single deal.
  • 4 countable/numerable (equipment) juego (masculine)
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    • The money was to purchase equipment for the club, including computers, games, furniture and arts and crafts materials.
    • Monopoly is Hasbro's largest selling board game with 1.5m games sold per year.
    • Gradually I bought a few more games and even managed to meet a few other players.
  • 5 countable/numerable (underhand scheme, ploy) juego (masculine) don't play games with me no me vengas con juegecitos the game's up se acabó el juego what's your game? ¿qué es lo que pretendes? I wonder what their game is me pregunto qué estarán tramando or qué se traerán entre manos I know your little game! ¡te conozco el jueguito! to be ahead of the game llevar la delantera to beat sb at her/his own game ganarle or vencer* a algn con sus propias armas to give the game away [person] descubrir* el pastel [colloquial/familiar] she tried to deny it, but her blushes gave the game away trató de negarlo, pero el sonrojarse la delató two can play at that game donde las dan las toman to play a game dejar transcurrir el tiempo
  • 6 (business, trade) [colloquial/familiar] I'm in the publishing/antiques game estoy metido en el mundo editorial/en el negocio de las antigüedades to be on the game (British English/inglés británico) [slang/argot] ser* prostituta, hacer* la calle [colloquial/familiar]
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    • The main thing coming into the professional game is that I didn't know where to work or what they were expecting from me.
    • Trade and economic growth are positive-sum games, in which there can be winners without losers.
    • It often seems to be about performance, parliamentary games and all that type of nonsense.
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    • This is all down to the secret game of politics they are playing.
    • Our game of secret messages is a little one-sided as his referrals don't seem to work properly.
    • Robertson, soulless puppetmaster that he is, says that the plans are just games.
  • 7 uncountable/no numerable (in hunting) caza (feminine) big game caza mayor to be fair game ser* blanco legítimo (before noun/delante del nombre) game birds aves (feminine plural) de caza game fishing pesca (feminine) deportiva (de grandes especies)
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    • The browns and tans and whites of poised game can blend with the background foliage.
    • They were very much plant eaters, hunting live game for either the sport or the bones to construct their settlements.
    • Home of the Bushmen, the arid reaches of the Kalahari has some spectacularly wild and remote game viewing areas.
  • 8 uncountable/no numerable [Cookery/Cocina] caza (feminine)
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    • Foods to avoid include red meat, particularly game, offal, beef, pork and lamb.
    • He insists that all the meat is Scottish and the seafood, game, fruit and vegetables are local and delivered each day.
    • The seafood and game are excellent, and the staff insist on knowing what you plan to prepare and giving advice.

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There are 3 translations of game in Spanish:

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adj

  • [attempt/person] animosoto be game (for sth/to + infinitive/infinitivo) we're going swimming, are you game? vamos a nadar ¿te apuntas? I'm game if you are si tú te animas, yo también she's game for anything se apunta a todo, es pierna para todo (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) [colloquial/familiar], va a todas las paradas (Chile) [colloquial/familiar] they could win if they were game for a fight podrían ganar si estuvieran dispuestos a luchar I'm game to try anything once yo estoy dispuesto a probarlo todo
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    • Saturday's match saw a good turnout of players eager to get game time prior to the league season.
    • Game for a laugh is Denis, but I digress.
    • If you want others to be game, you've got to also be game yourself once in a while.

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The Basque autonomous police force is called Ertzaintza. Its members, called ertzainas, wear a uniform of red sweaters and berets, and white jackets. Despite the Ertzaintza's wide range of responsibilities, the Guardia Civil and Policía Nacional still operate in the Basque Country.

There are 3 translations of game in Spanish:

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vi

  • (in gambling, in video games) jugar
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    • Down below, the regular punters swarm around hundreds of baize gaming tables.
    • When the first gaming casino was established on a reserve, a SWAT team took the chief away in chains.
    • Now it is home to the main shopping mall and gaming rooms of the Casino complex.
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    • Contemporary interests include the phenomenon of fan culture and video gaming.
    • Nintendo has been around longer than video gaming and it most likely will stay that way forever.
    • Has there been a big enough paradigm shift in our culture to create a change in gaming?

vt

  • (American English/inglés norteamericano) [colloquial/familiar] estafar
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    • The problem is, such systems can be gamed.
    • That company is a case in point, where they create a "market failure" by gaming the system in their favor.
    • He was gaming the Time magazine most influential person poll.

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Word of the day plana
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Cultural fact of the day

The Basque autonomous police force is called Ertzaintza. Its members, called ertzainas, wear a uniform of red sweaters and berets, and white jackets. Despite the Ertzaintza's wide range of responsibilities, the Guardia Civil and Policía Nacional still operate in the Basque Country.