from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A game of chance in which each player has one or more cards printed with differently numbered squares on which to place markers when the respective numbers are drawn and announced by a caller. The first player to mark a complete row or other pattern of numbers is the winner.
- noun A win in the game of bingo.
- interjection Used to announce that one has won a game of bingo.
- interjection Used to express the sudden completion of an event, occurrence of an idea, or confirmation of a guess.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A game of dominoes essentially identical with the card game of sixty-six. See
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun a game commonly used for low-stakes gambling, in which numbered balls or slips are drawn at random and players cover the correponding numbers on their cards, called Bingo cards, which have square arrangement of such numbers. Each card has a different arrangement of the numbers, and the first player to cover all numbers in one row (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal) is the winner, usually announcing that fact by a cry of “Bingo!”
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun uncountable A
game of chancefor two or more players, who mark off numbers on a grid as they are announced by the caller; the game is won by the first person to call out "bingo!" or "house!" after crossing off all numbers on the grid or in one line of the grid.
- noun countable A win in such a game.
- noun countable, Scrabble A play where all seven
letter tilesare played.
- interjection Used by players of bingo to claim a
- interjection informal Used when finding what one has been looking for or trying to recall.
- interjection informal Similarly, used to declare "You've just made my point!" or "My point exactly!".
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a game in which numbered balls are drawn at random and players cover the corresponding numbers on their cards
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Mr. Booker manages his own retirement account and what he calls a "bingo account" for stock plays.
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Wynn learned the basics by working for his father in bingo establishments and worked as a slot and keno manager in his early days.
On that day at the checkpoint some people were detained in the concrete cell because their name bingo-ed on the computer list.
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"The machines that they call bingo machines are not bingo machines at all," Byrne told
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The Inquirer 2010
Dr. Fitzpatrick, a retired nuclear physicist, pioneered a technique she calls “DNA bingo,” in which relatives’ genetic data is used to generate a suspect’s possible surname.