Definition of 'darts'
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Example sentences containing 'darts'
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At least they are not throwing darts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If we cannot have one darts championship then we must have three. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There are also interactive extras such as throwing darts and scoring penalties. The Sun (2012)So is she joining a darts team? Times, Sunday Times (2012)He can predict exactly where darts thrown at random will land. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It saw famous darts players team up with members of the public to win cash. The Sun (2016)An alternative would be to select the winners by throwing darts at each set of nominees. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Take a thousand fund managers and get them all to pick stocks by throwing darts at the share prices pages. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It may be that the world does not need one world championship of darts but it definitely does not need two. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She went to police last year after a darts fan she used to know contacted her and memories of the alleged incident returned. The Sun (2013)It takes more than a bit of warm weather to come between darts fans and a maJor. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This was art that was changing the world, not the world darts championship. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And the wonderful Lakeside world darts championship. The Sun (2010)He has been throwing steel tip darts now for about 13 months. The Sun (2015)For a moment, he regretted throwing away the darts. The Broken God (1993)Around here you're not throwing darts at a board. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A blindfolded person throwing darts at a chart would have done better than this. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Away from the classroom, he plays for the college darts team and has joined the light operatic society. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Foreign darts fans are bemused. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Call themselves real darts fans? The Sun (2008)Darts teams bring people in. Times, Sunday Times (2013)For many years I was the official scorer in our pub darts team. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A team of darts players gets the chance to join Diversity on stage. The Sun (2013)Men are not allowed to compete in the women's 100 metres or women in the world snooker or darts championships. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'darts'
British English: darts /dɑːts/ NOUN
Darts is a game in which you throw darts at a round board with numbers on it.
- American English: darts
- Arabic: لُعْبَةُ رَمْي السِّهَام
- Brazilian Portuguese: jogo de dardo
- Chinese: 掷镖游戏
- Croatian: pikado
- Czech: šipky
- Danish: dart
- Dutch: darts
- European Spanish: dardos
- Finnish: tikkapeli
- French: fléchettes
- German: Darts
- Greek: βελάκια
- Italian: freccette
- Japanese: ダーツ
- Korean: 다트 게임
- Norwegian: dart
- Polish: gra w rzutki
- European Portuguese: dardos
- Romanian: darts
- Russian: игра «дротики»
- Spanish: dardos
- Swedish: pilkastning
- Thai: เกมปาลูกดอก
- Turkish: dart oyunu
- Ukrainian: дартс
- Vietnamese: trò ném phi tiêu
Definition of darts from the Collins English Dictionary
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