English translation of 'cache-cache'
Example Sentences Including 'cache-cache'
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Maintenant, la partie de cache-cache à laquelle il se livre a assez duré.Le Monde (1998)
Nous ne pouvons pas jouer à cache-cache alors que tous les chiffres n'ont pas été publiés.Europarl Parallel Corpus
Un autre regard avance à 8 noeuds, jouant à cache-cache avec l'anticyclone.Carnets d'aventures, Spécial, 2/1989
Trends of 'cache-cache'
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'cache-cache' in Other Languages
British English: hide-and-seek /ˌhaɪdændˈsiːk/ NOUN
Hide-and-seek is a children's game in which one player covers his or her eyes until the other players have hidden themselves, and then he or she tries to find them.
- American English: hide-and-seek
- Arabic: لُعْبَةُ الأُستُغُمَّايَةُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: esconde-esconde
- Chinese: 捉迷藏
- Croatian: igra skrivača
- Czech: hra na schovávanou
- Danish: gemmeleg
- Dutch: verstoppertje
- European Spanish: escondite
- Finnish: piiloleikki
- French: cache-cache
- German: Versteckspiel
- Greek: κρυφτό
- Italian: nascondino
- Japanese: 隠れん坊
- Korean: 숨바꼭질
- Norwegian: gjemsel
- Polish: zabawa w chowanego
- European Portuguese: jogo das escondidas
- Romanian: de-a v-ați ascunselea
- Russian: прятки
- Spanish: escondidas jugar a las escondidas
- Swedish: kurragömma
- Thai: การเล่นซ่อนหา
- Turkish: saklambaç
- Ukrainian: гра в хованки
- Vietnamese: trò chơi trốn tìm
Translation of cache-cache from the Collins French to English
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