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game in Hindi हिन्दी
game in English
- game ⇄ adj. 1. having to do with game, hunting, or fishing.
Ex. Game laws protect wildlife. He knew his hunting grounds thoroughly, every game trail, every animal burrow (Harper's).
2. (Figurative.) showing fight; brave; plucky; spirited.
- game ⇄ adv. gamely. english
- game ⇄ expr. ahead of the game, (U.S. Informal.) winning rather than losing.
Ex. Let us get out of the stock market while we are still ahead of the game.english
- game ⇄ expr. be off one's game, to be out of form; play badly.
Ex. What am I doing wrong, Tom? I'm quite off my game (H. G. Hutchinson).english
- game ⇄ expr. be on one's game, to be in form; play well.
Ex. Their disregard of the recognised rules was accentuated by the fact that neither man was on his game (Westminster Gazette).english
- game ⇄ expr. die game, to die bravely; maintain one's spirit to the end.
Ex. Good-bye, captain ... die game, captain (John Gay).english
- game ⇄ expr. games, athletic contests or exercises.
Ex. the Olympic games.english
- game ⇄ expr. give the game away, (Informal.) to act against one's own interest; defeat one's purpose.
Ex. Accused of misusing campaign funds ... both are in trouble because they went too far and gave the game away (James Reston).english
- game ⇄ expr. make game of, to make fun of; laugh at; ridicule.
Ex. She had all the talents which qualified her ... to make game of his scruples (Macaulay).english
- game ⇄ expr. play (someone's) game, to act so as to secure someone's advantage or interest.
Ex. It is playing the enemy's game to draw him to attack our armies in rotation (James C. Moore).english
- game ⇄ expr. play games, to avoid facing up to a task in earnest; act evasively.
Ex. He declared that this was no time for ""playing games, political or otherwise, at the expense of the people"" (New York Times).english
- game ⇄ expr. play the game, (Informal.)
a. to be fair; follow the rules; be a good sport.
Ex. Cheating in a test is not playing the game.
b. to act or behave in one's relations with others.
Ex. The way the Communists play the game, theenglish
- game ⇄ expr. the game is up, the plan or scheme has failed.
Ex. The universal opinion is that the game is irrecoverably up, and that the Tory party will be in power for fifty years to come (Stephen Dowell).english
- game ⇄ expr. the game is worth (or not worth) the candle, the advantage gained is worth (or not worth) the trouble or effort.
Ex. Syria ... will eventually accept that the game of guerrillas is not worth the candle (London Times).english
- game ⇄ game (1), noun, adjective, gamer,gamest,verb, gamed,gaming. english
- game ⇄ game (2), adjective.
(Informal.) lame; crippled; injured.
Ex. He limps because of a game leg.english
- game ⇄ noun gameness. english
- game ⇄ noun 1. a way of playing; pastime; amusement; diversion.
Ex. a game of tag, a game with bat and ball, children's games.
2. the things needed to play a game.
Ex. This store sells games.
3. a contest with certain rules, which oneenglish
- game ⇄ v.i., v.t. to gamble.
Ex. He gamed away his inheritance. 'Tis a great pity he ... games so deep (Richard Brinsley Sheridan).english