Definition of 'dummy'
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Across is the ending as declarer led dummy's winning ten of hearts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Looking at my hand and dummy, they can only be? Times, Sunday Times (2016)But you can count four higher cards in dummy (? Times, Sunday Times (2016)A convicted robber, he uses a dummy firm to bankroll the trolling factory. The Sun (2016)He'd set up dummy's nine but had no way to get back there. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Parents are told to stop dummy use after a year. The Sun (2013)Yet the only dummy entry is the ace of clubs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Other volunteers who were given a dummy pill had no significant change. The Sun (2015)Perhaps you can guess what declarer led from dummy at trick three. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Declarer will surely now play another heart but dummy is squeezed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The dealer can swap her hand or the dummy if she wishes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The bidding is over and partner tables their dummy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He had this dummy he could use to go left or right. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Seems the real dummies are the ones running the jails. The Sun (2014)Now ruff a club high and cross back to dummy with the nine of hearts to cash the clubs. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Who are you calling a dummy? Times, Sunday Times (2015)You now cash the ace of hearts and cross to dummy's ten. Times, Sunday Times (2014)East won the king and returned the eight of hearts which passed to dummy's ten. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The investigator would then make a dummy call, asking the landlord for his name and address and details of rents. Times, Sunday Times (2008)HIGH STREET shops have become real dummies when it comes to the size of their mannequins. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'dummy'
British English: dummy /ˈdʌmɪ/ NOUN
A dummy is a model of a person, often used to display clothes.
...a shop-window dummy.
- American English: dummy
- Arabic: أَبْكَم
- Brazilian Portuguese: boneco
- Chinese: 人体模型
- Croatian: lutka
- Czech: figurína
- Danish: dummy
- Dutch: mannequin
- European Spanish: maniquí
- Finnish: sovitusnukke
- French: mannequin
- German: Schaufensterpuppe
- Greek: ομοίωμα
- Italian: manichino
- Japanese: マネキン
- Korean: 모형
- Norwegian: utstillingsfigur
- Polish: manekin
- European Portuguese: manequim
- Romanian: manechin
- Russian: манекен
- Spanish: maniquí
- Swedish: attrapp
- Thai: หุ่นจำลอง
- Turkish: vitrin mankeni
- Ukrainian: манекен
- Vietnamese: người nộm ma nơ canh
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