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dice in Games topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdicedice1 /daɪs/ ●○○ noun (plural dice)  1 dice.jpg [countable] (also die)DG a small block of wood, plastic etc that has six sides with a different number of spots on each side, used in gamesthrow/roll the dice It’s your turn to roll the dice.2 [uncountable]DG any game of chance that is played with dice3 the dice are loaded4 no dice5 a throw of the dice
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diceI thought the room was a dice.Roll the artillery dice for each shot.If you roll a misfire when you roll the first dice the cannon has literally misfired and may explode.Cut cornbread into 1 / 2 inch dice to measure 7 cups; set aside.Cut the potatoes into ½" dice.Use a scatter dice to determine which direction he moves in.But Dole had little choice but to roll the dice in a way that surprised even the most astute political observers.throw/roll the diceI shook it loosely and quickly and threw the dice.It's got to be better than throwing the dice and then having amnio and maybe aborting.In Arabia they throw the dice in the other direction.But Dole had little choice but to roll the dice in a way that surprised even the most astute political observers.I envy them for getting to roll the dice.Okay take turns rolling the dice and taking that many cubes.