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English translation of 'billar'

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masculine noun
1.  (juego) billiards
(con 22 bolas) snooker
mesa de billar billiard table/snooker table
2.  (mesa) billiard table/snooker table
[de billar] billiard hall/snooker hall/pool hall
[de otros juegos] amusement arcade

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Example Sentences Including 'billar'

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Después, hacia las cinco de la tarde, se fueron a jugar al billar a " La Cabaña " y tomaron unas cervezas en el chiringuito de " Don Pedro ".
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Entró al salón de billar , donde el tocadiscos automático molía una canción sentimental a todo volumen, y fue directamente al compartimiento del fondo, gritanto: " Juez.
Gabriel García Márquez La mala hora
Le habló de la noche anterior y pidió que le llevara del salón de billar un analgésico y dos cervezas heladas.
Gabriel García Márquez La mala hora
Y agregó: " Mientras tanto, para calmarme los nervios, voy a la esquina a jugar una partida de billar ".
Gabriel García Márquez Obra periodística. Vol 1. Textos costeños

Trends of 'billar'

Used Occasionally. billar is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'billar' in Other Languages

British English: billiards /ˈbɪljədz/ NOUN
Billiards is a game played on a large table, in which you use a long stick called a cue to hit small heavy balls against each other or into pockets around the sides of the table.
...a game of billiards.
  • American English: billiards
  • Arabic: لُعْبَةُ البِلْياردو
  • Brazilian Portuguese: bilhar
  • Chinese: 台球
  • Croatian: biljar
  • Czech: kulečník
  • Danish: billard
  • Dutch: biljart
  • European Spanish: billar normal
  • Finnish: biljardi
  • French: billard
  • German: Billard
  • Greek: μπιλιάρδο
  • Italian: biliardo
  • Japanese: ビリヤード
  • Korean: 당구
  • Norwegian: biljard
  • Polish: bilard
  • European Portuguese: bilhar
  • Romanian: biliard
  • Russian: бильярд
  • Spanish: billar
  • Swedish: biljard
  • Thai: บิลเลียด
  • Turkish: bilardo
  • Ukrainian: більярд
  • Vietnamese: trò chơi bida
British English: snooker /ˈsnuːkə/ NOUN
Snooker is a game involving balls on a large table. The players use long sticks called cues to hit a white ball, and score points by knocking coloured balls into the pockets at the sides of the table.
...a game of snooker.
  • American English: snooker
  • Arabic: لُعْبَةُ السُّنُوكَر
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sinuca
  • Chinese: 斯诺克台球
  • Croatian: biljar
  • Czech: kulečník
  • Danish: snooker
  • Dutch: snooker
  • European Spanish: billar modalidad
  • Finnish: snooker
  • French: snooker
  • German: Snooker
  • Greek: σνούκερ
  • Italian: snooker
  • Japanese: スヌーカー
  • Korean: 스누커
  • Norwegian: snooker
  • Polish: snooker
  • European Portuguese: snooker
  • Romanian: snooker
  • Russian: снукер
  • Spanish: billar
  • Swedish: snooker
  • Thai: สนุกเกอร์
  • Turkish: snooker
  • Ukrainian: снукер
  • Vietnamese: trò chơi bi-da


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