English version

rummy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Cards
rummyrum‧my /ˈrʌmi/ noun [uncountable]  DGCa simple card game in which players try to collect series of cards
Examples from the Corpus
rummyThey wore army fatigues and played brooding games of gin rummy, listening to dull rumbles from the sabotage site.They'd enjoyed a game of snap or whist or gin rummy.Nana and I sat at her kitchen table eating Fannie Mae chocolates and playing gin rummy.Victoria had been playing gin rummy with her, and Shelley had come to take over.
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