Translation of juego in English:

juego

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  • 1 1.1 (recreación) play le gustaba observar el juego de los niños she liked watching the children playing o/or at play 1.2 [Deporte/Sport] play la lluvia interrumpió el juego rain stopped play o/or the game en el tercer minuto de juego in the third minute of play o/or of the game fuera de juego entrar en juego [jugador] to come on [factores/elementos] to come into play 1.3 (por dinero) el juego gambling hagan juego, señores place your bets, ladies and gentlemen estar en juego to be at stake mi reputación está en juego my reputation is at stake o/or on the line hay mucho dinero en juego there's a lot of money at stake poner algo en juego, puso en juego toda su influencia para conseguir el contrato he brought all his influence to bear in order to get the contract puso en juego toda su fortuna para adquirir esa empresa she staked her entire fortune on acquiring that company desgraciado or desafortunado en el juego, afortunado en amores or de malas en el juego, de buenas en el amor unlucky at cards, lucky in love 1.4 (modalidad) tienen un juego ágil y veloz they play a fast, free-flowing game, their style of play is fast and free-flowing juego limpio/sucio fair/foul play practican un juego sucio, violento they play a dirty, rough game si no va a haber juego limpio, prefiero no entrar en el negocio if people aren't going to play fair, I'd rather not get involved criticaron el juego sucio de la empresa rival they criticized the rival company for its underhand tactics o/or [familiar/colloquial] for not playing the game 1.5 [familiar/colloquial] (maniobras, estratagemas) game [familiar/colloquial] ya le conozco el jueguito I know his little game [familiar/colloquial], I know what he's up to [familiar/colloquial] entre pillos/sinvergüenzas anda el juego they're all as bad as each other, everyone involved in this thing is a rogue hacerle el juego a algn to go o/or play along with sb les hace el juego a sus enemigos sin darse cuenta he's playing into his enemies' hands without realizing it jugar or hacer un doble juego to play a double game, to run with the hare and hunt with the hound seguirle el juego a algn to go o/or play along with sb 1.6 (en naipes) hand, cards (plural) tengo buen juego I have a good hand o/or good cards

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