In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(meat/vegetables) cortar en dados(vegetables/meat) cortar en cubitos
1BritishGamesjugar a los dados
2(risk)to dice with death — jugar con la muerte
- At the core of the game is throwing dice on the table for positioning.
- Gauss's guess was based on throwing a dice with one side marked ‘prime’ and the others all blank.
- You roll two dice to attack in the game and if you roll doubles, you have to stop!
- A defender with two or more armies rolls two dice, and one with one army rolls one die.
- If you throw a dice and guess any number between 1 and 6, the chances that your guess will be correct are 1 / 6.
- When you throw the dice, the odds of any given outcome can be calculated.
- However dice are thrown, chance will pull the result in an unexpected way.
- Cluedo is a game with simple rules, with luck limited to the minor role of the movement of pawns by dice.
- He figured out that you didn't really need dice or mathematical models to make a workable baseball role-playing game.
- I still have a huge collection of dice from my gaming days.
- Hence, the three dice all have the same total face value.
- The children roll dice, and, depending on where they land, they have to act out or answer the questions.
- Modern scholarship has not yet established the game for which these dice were used.
- One Mozart manuscript actually includes what might be considered a musical game, though not played with dice.
- When was the last time you saw some fluffy dice, or any other strange car accessories?
- The upholstery is black, and she has red fuzzy dice hanging from her rearview mirror.
- You rolled the dice and gambled - what have you got to lose?
- And they're casting dice, for your future.
- She threw the dice, and got two fives and one four.
- How can you load the dice in your favor?
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