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But too few big gamblers noted the warning. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Put these facts together and we could have a new rise of young problem gamblers. The Sun (2012)Iam the daughter of a compulsive gambler. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The gambler in you takes over when it comes to love and you make daring partnership choices. The Sun (2014)He had in effect researched this through his own early life as a compulsive gambler. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The case may establish for the first time that bookmakers owe a duty of care to compulsive gamblers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Gambling causes a negative cycle of chasing losses and problem gamblers can show withdrawal symptoms if their behaviour is blocked. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You couldn't be talking to a bigger gambler than me. The Sun (2016)Dad was a big gambler, so the family went to a lot of county fairs. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There is just one specialist residential facility for problem gamblers in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Or she might have been tipped over the edge by her father, a compulsive gambler. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I also expect to see a significant increase in the number of women problem gamblers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I'm all in favour of offering help to problem gamblers. The Sun (2009)Obviously that's wrong, because all problem gamblers lose money. The Sun (2013)Online gamblers can quickly lose a lot of money, aided and abetted by a willing credit-card firm. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There are more than half a million problem gamblers and calls to the country's leading helpline rose by more than a third in the last year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Online gambling and spread-betting are now the highest risk areas of addiction for problem gamblers, according to a survey published yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The uncertainty of payouts, caused by relatively small pool sizes on most races, tends to discourage big gamblers from pool betting. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I go to the'business' end of the stands where gamblers place their biggest bets. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I didn't know then that he's a compulsive gambler. The Sun (2015)I'm 31 and a compulsive gambler. The Sun (2014)
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Inglés británico: gambler /ˈɡæmblə/ NOUN
A gambler is someone who bets money regularly, for example in card games or horse racing.
I used to be a very heavy gambler.
- Inglés americano: gambler
- Árabe: مُقامِر
- Portugués brasileño: jogador de jogo de azar
- Chino: 赌博者
- Croata: kockar
- Checo: hazardní hráč
- Danés: hasardspiller
- Holandés: gokker
- Español europeo: jugador dinero
- Finlandés: uhkapeluri
- Francés: joueur argent
- Alemán: Glücksspieler
- Griego: τζογαδόρος
- Italiano: giocatore d’azzardo
- Japonés: ギャンブラー
- Coreano: 도박꾼
- Noruego: gambler
- Polaco: hazardzista
- Portugués: jogador de jogo de azar
- Rumano: jucător de jocuri de noroc
- Ruso: азартный игрок
- Español: jugador
- Sueco: spelare
- Tailandés: นักพนัน
- Turco: kumarcı
- Ucraniano: азартний гравець
- Vietnamita: người chơi bạc
Definición de gambler del Collins Diccionario inglés
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