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  1. game

    • IPA[ɡeɪm]

    英式

    • n.
      an activity that one engages in for amusement or fun;a form of competitive activity or sport played according to rules
    • adj.
      eager or willing to do something new or challenging
    • v.
      manipulate (a situation), typically in a way that is unfair or unscrupulous;play video games
    • noun: game, plural noun: games

    • verb: game, 3rd person present: games, gerund or present participle: gaming, past tense: gamed, past participle: gamed

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an activity that one engages in for amusement or fun:

      the kids were playing a game with their balloons

    • 2. a form of competitive activity or sport played according to rules:

      the game of cricket

    • 3. a meeting for sporting contests:

      the Olympic Games

    • 4. athletics or sports as a lesson or activity at school:

      in order to be popular, you had to be good at games

    • 5. the equipment for a game, especially a board game or a video game:

      buy your games and software from us

    • 6. a person's performance in a game; a person's standard of play:

      Rooks attempted to raise his game to another level

    • 7. a complete episode or period of play, ending in a final result:

      a baseball game

    • 8. a single portion of play forming a scoring unit in a match, especially in tennis:

      then came another ace to set up game, set, and match

    • 9. a score of 100 points for tricks bid and made (the best of three games constituting a rubber).
    • 10. a type of activity or business regarded as a game:

      he was in the restaurant game for the glamour

      this was a game of shuttle diplomacy at which I had become adept

    • 11. a secret and clever plan or trick:

      I was on to his little game

    • 12. wild mammals or birds hunted for sport or food:

      they hunted game in Alaska

    • 13. the flesh of wild mammals or birds, used as food:

      a game pie

    • 14. a group of swans:

      a game of swans in a common river

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. eager or willing to do something new or challenging:

      they were game for anything

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. manipulate (a situation), typically in a way that is unfair or unscrupulous:

      it was very easy for a few big companies to game the system

      politicians blamed electricity generators for gaming the market

    • 2. play video games:

      the majority of the audience are teens who game and watch anime

    • 3. play gambling games:

      other Russians gamed at the tables in Monte Carlo

    • n. the action or practice of playing gambling games:

    • gaming is evident everywhere in Las Vegas, not just on the Strip

      US states are already moving to regulate online gaming

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    • n. the action or practice of playing gambling games:

    • gaming is evident everywhere in Las Vegas, not just on the Strip

      US states are already moving to regulate online gaming

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    • n. a person who plays video games or participates in role-playing games:

    • every gamer has suffered from small-screen videos

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    • n. a person who plays video games or participates in role-playing games:

    • every gamer has suffered from small-screen videos

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    • n.
      a military exercise carried out to test or improve tactical expertise.
    • v.
      engage in (a campaign or course of action) using the strategies of a war game:
    • there seemed to be no point war-gaming an election 15 months away

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    • n. a game played with a ball.

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    • IPA[ɡām]

    美式

    • n.
      a form of play or sport, especially a competitive one played according to rules and decided by skill, strength, or luck.
    • adj.
      eager or willing to do something new or challenging:
    • they were game for anything after the traumas of Monday
    • v.
      manipulate (a situation), typically in a way that is unfair or unscrupulous:
    • it was very easy for a few big companies to game the system

      politicians blamed electricity generators for gaming the market

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    • IPA[ɡām]

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    • adj.
      (of a person's leg) permanently injured or disabled:
    • his game leg was playing him up

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    • IPA[ɡeɪm]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of a person's leg) permanently injured or disabled:
    • his game leg was playing him up

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  2. 知識+

    • 西野加奈 GAME OVER歌詞

      GAME OVER 気になるのはそう 彼氏の頭の中と沒錯是惦記在心上 和在他的腦海中 頑丈にかかった...對是不能看的東西 Baby I just really wanna know 寶貝 我正好真想要知道 Cause it's GAME OVER it's GAME OVER引起它遊戲結束 它的遊戲結束 oh バレたらもうおしまい...

    • just a game 【GUMI】 歌詞平假名

      -------just a game 【GUMI】 夜(よ)な夜(よ...ホール・ランデヴー Just a game Just a game 今夜(こんや)だ...きず)つけただけ Just a game Just a game 今夜(こんや)だ...

    • game on?

      game 有獵物的意思 放在餐桌上 就是我們說的野味 這裡是說他本身感到就好像是野味上桌 不可抗拒的美味