Translation of cribbage in Spanish:


juego de naipes, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkrɪbɪdʒ//ˈkrɪbɪdʒ/


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    juego de naipes
    • They stay up late, talking and playing cribbage.
    • Playing cards and cribbage, they cozy up around a neighborhood tavern and while away the winter, or soak in some of the hot springs along the coast.
    • Play is the same as traditional cribbage [so each player discards two cards to make another crib for the dealer].
    • And for Axelson, that means a lot more scrabble, cribbage, cards in the van, more soccer and football at gas stops, and, thankfully, not much Dora the Explorer or diaper changing.
    • Tuesday: fresh meat and cribbage at the activity center.
    • Shouldn't they be in a ‘community’ somewhere playing cribbage and sharing ear hair stories?
    • The person to the left of the caller starts the play, which is played and pegged as in normal cribbage.
    • Weekly programs include exercise classes, mall walking, noon meals, choir and orchestra practices, harmonica band practice, bridge, whist, cribbage and table games.
    • In a town where the Saturday night entertainment was playing community cribbage, my Tarot cards caused quite a ruckus.
    • For the less exercise-driven Alice Springs also provides for the eight ballers, darts players, those who shuffle cards, be it cribbage or bridge, and for those who engage their intellect in chess.
    • Friends yesterday described him as a ‘straightforward family man’, a father-of-three who enjoyed playing weekly cribbage at his local pub.
    • After a consideration of jacks and cribbage, the old man decides the two can play a board game with Confederate and Union soldiers.
    • In fact Luke wrote two books on the probabilities of winning at the card game of cribbage.
    • We love to roll dice and move pieces around a board, plot battleship strategies, play cribbage, chess, and mancala.
    • You can win at cribbage more often than at most card game solitaires; but solitaire cribbage invokes more skill than other solitaires.
    • I gave her a kiss on the cheek and she stunned me with a request that we play cribbage later, she normally hated card games and it was almost like coming home to a completely different person.
    • Double Cribbage is four player cribbage with fixed partnerships; five cards each are dealt, one being discarded to the dealer's box.
    • If you enjoy a good espionage novel, possess a keen sense of irony, love Monopoly, Scrabble, backgammon, cribbage, and chess, send message to my PO box.
    • We would fall asleep listening to my grandparents sitting at the table playing cards or cribbage.
    • Older people often enjoy bingo and cribbage (a card game).