1to play musical chairs — jugar a las sillitas / al stop
- the cabinet changes were only a round of musical chairs — la remodelación del gabinete no fue más que un mero intercambio de carteras
- There were plenty of party games such as musical chairs and step-on-the-balloons.
- On the other hand, another long-time children's party game of musical chairs has been accused of breeding violence and of rewarding only the ‘strongest and fastest’.
- Two favorite activities were games of musical chairs - which these youth had never played before and enjoyed hugely - and learning to swim.
- I hate musical chairs and dodge ball and any game that may single out one little kid for losing.
- These types of games were firmly in the province of small kids who ate jelly and played ‘pass-the-parcel’ and musical chairs at birthday parties.
- One study even pooh-poohed the games of duck-duck-goose and musical chairs, suggesting they inflict emotional damage.
- It's a child's game - musical chairs - but this time, it's teaching a lesson in leadership.