Definition of 'casino'
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The investigation has been triggered by spam texts encouraging people to sign up to online casinos with free bets. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It also gives a better balance between the sports, poker and casino gaming businesses. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One in three Premier League football clubs is now sponsored by an online casino. Times, Sunday Times (2016)All gaming in the casino was suspended. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They are playing at the casino with our money. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The company is now bingo clubs and casinos. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The last thing any casino owner wants is a patron who leaves to go do something else. Christianity Today (2000)She plays online five times a week and twice a week in clubs or casinos. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Do casino owners get a sweat on when you walk through the door? The Sun (2012)Or they may think that they have a particular skill in playing one particular casino game or another. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Vast areas of land behind the casinos and hotels are vacant lots where once family and holiday houses abounded. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Aside from all the new casinos there's culture on offer. The Sun (2012)He led the way in bringing hotel rooms, casinos and entertainment under one roof. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Together with a large entourage, he was seen playing in the casino and drinking in the hotel bar. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Ask yourselves how much less punting are you doing on racing compared to other sports, casinos and online outlets? The Sun (2010)I hope you didn't lose a fortune in the new casino. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The government will still give the go-ahead to 16 new casinos. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Gala has shut 13 bingo clubs and four casinos since the smoking ban, but no more are envisaged. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'casino'
British English: casino /kəˈsiːnəʊ/ NOUN
A casino is a place where people play gambling games.
- American English: casino
- Arabic: كَازِينُو
- Brazilian Portuguese: cassino
- Chinese: 赌场
- Croatian: kockarnica
- Czech: kasino
- Danish: kasino
- Dutch: casino
- European Spanish: casino
- Finnish: kasino
- French: casino
- German: Kasino
- Greek: καζίνο
- Italian: casinò
- Japanese: カジノ
- Korean: 카지노
- Norwegian: kasino
- Polish: kasyno
- European Portuguese: casino
- Romanian: cazinou
- Russian: казино
- Spanish: casino
- Swedish: kasino
- Thai: บ่อนการพนัน
- Turkish: kumarhane
- Ukrainian: казино
- Vietnamese: sòng bạc
Definition of casino from the Collins English Dictionary
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