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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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bingobin‧go1 /ˈbɪŋɡəʊ $ -ɡoʊ/ noun [uncountable]  DGGa game played for money or prizes, in which numbers are chosen by chance and called out, and if you have the right numbers on your card, you win Vera won £20 at bingo.
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bingoI didn't know what it was, and they had to play in-between bingo sets.The pictures are long gone here, replaced by the inevitable bingo hall.The casino offers just bingo and 200 slot machines.Permission was sought to use the new bingo machine at meetings of the club and this was granted. 5.He plays bingo three or four times a week, and he reads a lot.In it they found and pocketed several thousand pounds, the takings of the bingo hall, then left.
bingobingo2 interjection  HAPPYused when you have just done something successfully and are pleased Bingo! That’s the one I’ve been looking for.
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