Traducción de Russian roulette en Español:

Russian roulette

ruleta rusa, n.

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    ruleta rusa femenino
    • That's why he agreed when a friend suggested a game of Russian roulette.
    • To take comfort in this pattern, however, is like trying to find reassurance in an extended game of Russian roulette: sooner or later the odds will turn against you.
    • She had played drinking games, Russian roulette, and had even been involved in a massive orgy.
    • The first condition excludes Russian roulette; the second eliminates math, chess, spelling, and bridge; the third and fourth conditions, alas, rule out urinating for distance.
    • After he survived a game of Russian roulette while home alone that day, he sought help and was admitted to the intensive care unit at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
    • According to the script, fellow singer Johnny, who shot himself in a game of Russian roulette while she looked on, was the love of her life.
    • The 6ft 8in former lock was capped 20 times by France in the early Seventies and played in a ferocious Beziers pack, who lost one of their number when he killed himself in a game of Russian roulette.
    • Unfortunately, not playing ball on trade agreements is like playing Russian roulette with a bullet in every chamber.
    • They try to stay on Mel's good side and avoid him during his homicidal depressions, during which he favors games of Russian roulette.
    • The charismatic magician, most famous for staging a game of Russian roulette on live television last year, was originally trained as a lawyer, before starting his performing career in cafes and bars.
    • This is the nautical equivalent of playing Russian roulette with three chambers loaded.
    • A routine call to a domestic argument ended with a police constable staring down the barrel of a loaded gun in a deadly game of Russian roulette.
    • His appointment to the national game would be the biggest gamble since he played Russian roulette on television.
    • And ‘when playing Russian roulette, the fact that the first shot got off safely is little comfort for the next’.
    • They don't call it Russian roulette for nothing you know.
    • Indeed, I have learned that he is so confident of his mind-reading skills that he plans to perform Russian roulette live on television.
    • Doctors will argue it's a game of Russian roulette and the next one may be the bullet, or that some people simply have good genes that will eventually catch up with them.
    • Guys do play games with guns and a particular army favourite with the SA80 is to pretend to load the breech with a single bullet, remove the magazine and dare a colleague in Russian roulette.
    • Millions of viewers will this week tune in to watch a man playing Russian roulette on live television.
    • He was a third string r&b singer who blew his brains out playing Russian roulette when Paul was about 12 years old.