Definition of 'board game'
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Playing board games exercises the brain, requiring problem solving and memory. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We watch all the usual telly then play board games. The Sun (2011)Usually when you play a board game the worst that can happen is a family row. The Sun (2015) Play a board game at the kitchen table. Christianity Today (2000)Many pointed out that they had bought the board game after playing the game online. Times, Sunday Times (2008)When did you last play a board game with them? Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is funky and odd; play a board game or just soak up its charm. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And indeed the complex and subtle board games played throughout Africa show this. Educational Psychology in a Changing World (1988)After a glass of bubbly in ours, we sit by the fire and play board games. The Sun (2015)In both, there are free chess sets and board games available. Times, Sunday Times (2013)DOES anyone actually sit down and play board games any more? The Sun (2015)Just being able to watch box sets on the sofa together, play board games and have your tea together is amazing. The Sun (2012)There were just two choices that didn't involve money: playing video and board games or learning web graphic skills. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'board game'
British English: board game /bɔːd ɡeɪm/ NOUN
A board game is a game such as chess or backgammon, which people play by moving small objects around on a board.
...a new board game played with dice.
- American English: board game
- Arabic: لَعْبَة أَلْواح
- Brazilian Portuguese: jogo de tabuleiro
- Chinese: 棋类游戏
- Croatian: igra na ploči
- Czech: stolní hra
- Danish: brætspil
- Dutch: bordspel
- European Spanish: juego de mesa
- Finnish: lautapeli
- French: jeu de société
- German: Brettspiel
- Greek: επιτραπέζιο παιχνίδι
- Italian: gioco da tavolo
- Japanese: ボードゲーム
- Korean: 보드 게임
- Norwegian: brettspill
- Polish: gra planszowa
- European Portuguese: jogo de tabuleiro
- Romanian: joc pe tablă
- Russian: настольная игра
- Spanish: juego de mesa
- Swedish: brädspel
- Thai: เกมส์ที่เล่นบนกระดาน
- Turkish: aile oyunları
- Ukrainian: настільна гра
- Vietnamese: trò đánh cờ
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