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A game

Syllabification: A game

Definition of A game in English:

noun

informal , chiefly US
Used in reference to performing to the very best of one’s ability: she’ll bring her A game tonight—she understands how important it is
More example sentences
  • The folks here say they have their A-game on.
  • I told him "You'd better bring your A game."
  • With Nicholson, he says, he made an effort to listen, to come with his "A-game."

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Pronunciation: ˌtərpsikəˈrēən
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