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bowls

  • 1 bowls

    noun singular (a game played on a smooth green with bowls having a bias: a game of bowls.) žaidimas rutuliais

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  • 2 bowl

    I 1. [bəul] noun
    (a wooden ball rolled along the ground in playing bowls. See also bowls below.) kėglių rutulys
    2. verb
    1) (to play bowls.) žaisti kėgliais
    2) (to deliver or send (a ball) towards the batsman in cricket.) pavaryti kamuolį
    3) (to put (a batsman) out by hitting the wicket with the ball: Smith was bowled for eighty-five (= Smith was put out after making eighty-five runs).)
    - bowling
    - bowls
    - bowling-alley
    - bowling-green
    - bowl over
    II [bəul] noun
    1) (a round, deep dish eg for mixing or serving food etc: a baking-bowl; a soup bowl.) dubuo
    2) (a round hollow part, especially of a tobacco pipe, a spoon etc: The bowl of this spoon is dirty.) galvutė

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  • 3 bias

    1. noun
    1) (favouring of one or other (side in an argument etc) rather than remaining neutral: a bias against people of other religions.) šališkumas
    2) (a weight on or in an object (eg a bowl for playing bowls) making it move in a particular direction.) svarstis, apkrova
    2. verb
    (to influence (usually unfairly): He was biased by the report in the newspapers.) paveikti
    - biassed
    - biased

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > bias

  • 4 bowling

    noun ((see also ninepins) the game of skittles, bowls or something similar.) žaidimas rutuliais

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  • 5 bowling-alley

    1) (a long narrow set of wooden boards along which one bowls at skittles.) kėglių takas
    2) (a building which contains several of these.) kėglinė

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > bowling-alley

  • 6 bowling-green

    noun (a smooth piece of grass for playing bowls on.) pievelė žaisti rutuliais

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > bowling-green

  • 7 papier-mâché

    noun, adjective
    ((of) a substance consisting of paper mixed together with some kind of glue, which can be made into models, bowls, boxes etc.) papjė mašė

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > papier-mâché

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  • bowls — [bōlz] n. LAWN BOWLING * * * n [U] a game, played on a smooth grass area called a bowling green, in which two to eight players take turns to roll large black balls as near as possible to a small white ball. The balls are heavier on one side so… …   Universalium

  • Bowls — Spielfeld Bowlsspieler in Aktion Bowls ist ein britisches …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bowls — [boʊlz] <Pl.> [engl. bowls, Pl. von: bowl = Kugel]: ↑ Bowling (2). * * * Bowls   [bəʊlz] das, , Lawnbowling. * * * Bowls [bəʊlz] <Pl.> [engl. bowls, Pl. von: bowl = Kugel]: ↑Bowling (2) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Bowls — (b[=o]lz), n. pl. See {Bowl}, a ball, a game. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bowls — ► PLURAL NOUN (treated as sing. ) ▪ a game played with heavy wooden bowls, the object of which is to propel one s bowl as close as possible to a small white ball (the jack) …   English terms dictionary

  • Bowls — (spr. bōls), beliebtes engl. Kugelspiel, wird auf einem ebenen Rasenplatz (Bowlinggreen) gespielt. Jeder der in zwei Parteien geteilten Spieler hat zwei hölzerne, 6–8 Zoll Durchmesser haltende Kugeln, die er derart über den Rasen rollt, daß sie… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • bowls — [ boulz ] noun uncount BRITISH LAWN BOWLING …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bowls — (n.) game played with balls, mid 15c. (implied in bowlyn), from gerund of bowl wooden ball (early 15c.), from O.Fr. bole (13c., Mod.Fr. boule) ball, ultimately from L. bulla bubble, knob, round thing (see BULL (Cf. bull) (2)). Noon apprentice …   Etymology dictionary

  • bowls — [bōlz] n. LAWN BOWLING …   English World dictionary

  • Bowls — For other uses, see Bowl (disambiguation). Bowls Lawn bowler Tim Mason First played 13th century Characteristics Categorization …   Wikipedia


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