one's best possible performance (esp in the phrase bring or take one's A game )
If you say game on, you mean that you are ready for something challenging to begin.
a game played at an opponent's ground
Ball games are games that are played with a ball such as tennis, baseball, and football .
any game or contest that takes place in a pub
Large wild animals such as lions and elephants that are hunted for sport are often referred to as big game .
A card game is a game that is played using a set of playing cards.
a swindle involving money, goods, etc, in which the victim's trust is won by the swindler; a shortened form of confidence game
to die bravely and still fighting
a person who is easily deceived or taken advantage of
the final stage of a game, usually following the exchange of queens and the serious reduction of forces
If you say that someone is fair game, you mean that it is acceptable to criticize or attack them, usually because of the way that they behave .
to squander or lose in gambling
(of a person) in perfect health
Game birds are birds which are shot for food or for sport .
a handheld video games console
a facial expression that suggests a strong determination to succeed
any fish providing sport for the angler
any of several breeds of domestic fowl reared for cockfighting
a law enacted for the preservation of game, as by restricting the number and kinds of game that may be taken and by designating periods of the year when specified game may be taken
laws governing the hunting and preservation of game
A game park is a large area of land, especially in Africa, where wild animals can live safely.
a savoury pie made from game or hunted animals
In sport, a team's game plan is their plan for winning a match .
Game shows are television programmes on which people play games in order to win prizes.
a computer roleplaying game in which the player controls the destiny of one or more avatars within a large virtual environment
a game played on a team's home ground
the aspect of golf considered in relation to the ability of a player to hit shots, esp. drives, for distance
a game in which the loser has a score of zero
an action or statement intended to undermine or mislead someone else, often to gain advantage for oneself
a relatively simple game involving open ranks and files, permitting tactical play, and usually following symmetrical development
a swindling trick
a type of football played at Eton against a wall
War games are military exercises that are carried out for the purpose of training, and that are designed to imitate a real war as closely as possible.
any game involving the formation, discovery, or alteration of a word or words
An arcade game is a computer game of the type that is often played in amusement arcades.
an extortion scheme in which a person is placed in a compromising position and then faced with a demand for money to avoid scandal, revenge, etc
a large N European grouse, Lyrurus tetrix, the male of which has a bluish-black plumage and lyre-shaped tail
A board game is a game such as chess or backgammon, which people play by moving small objects around on a board.
(esp in soccer ) a non-competitive game played as part of training
A casual game is a simple video game that is easy to play.
a relatively complex game involving closed ranks and files and permitting only nontactical positional manoeuvring
round thin potato chips served with game
a stage at which winning one further point would enable one player or side to win a game
mathematical theory concerned with the optimum choice of strategy in situations involving a conflict of interest
a person who looks after game, as in a game reserve
game animals, such as hares or deer, found on the earth's surface: distinguished from game birds
a person's secret intention or business
the central phase between the opening and the endgame