English version

pinball in Leisure topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpinballpin‧ball /ˈpɪnbɔːl $ -bɒːl/ noun [uncountable]  DLa game played on a machine with a sloping board which a ball rolls down while the player tries to prevent it reaching the bottom
Examples from the Corpus
pinballMany young helpers worked hard sorting, pricing and selling, as well as offering face-painting and a pinball competition.Give me a dark back alley compared with being a pinball in the gallery of the desperate.There's plenty to see and do in Hurricane, it's a pinball freak's dream come true.Come to think of it, the same goes for tennis, chess, poker, darts and pinball.While I finish my mug of tea, Jamie loses his pound on the old fashioned pinball table.I am no wizard, but I have always enjoyed a good game of pinball.