Translation of skittle in Spanish:


bolo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈskɪt(ə)l//ˈskɪdl/


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    bolo masculine
    • Pete E and Tom wisely moved out the way as they would have been knocked over like skittles!
    • It would have involved bowling frozen turkeys down the ice at skittles.
    • This float looks like a miniature skittle seen in a bowling lane.
    • The ball hit him square in the forehead and he fell like a skittle.
    • Sunday knocked us down like skittles and we decided it was time to go.
    • Wandering among its pillars, I felt like an ant among the pins of a bowling alley: 134 awesome skittles, each more elaborately decorated than the last.
    • Each skittle scores differing numbers of points and success is largely a matter of luck.
    • They will each be given a turkey and asked to bowl it down the ice towards some skittles.
    • He ran the length of the pitch, knocking Leigh defenders down like skittles to score a sensational try and claim victory for Keighley.
    • The table featured a croquet-like hoop at one end called the ‘Port’ and an upright skittle at the other called the ‘King’.
    • This forerunner to 10-pin bowling involves flinging a ‘cheese’ through the air at 9 hornbeam skittles.
    • The large skittle is presumably a king pin as featured in some of the modern versions of skittles.
    • We have been falling over like skittles and that's one game we probably could have done with playing when it was scheduled for.
    • It would seem a reasonable confusion if the game equipment included both skittles and hoops/rings?