boliche
masculine noun
1. jack (en petanca)
2. ten-pin bowling (bolos)
3. bowling alley (bolera)
4. small grocery store (tienda) (CSur)

boliche [bo-lee’-chay]
noun
1. Jack, a small bell which serves as a mark for bowl-players: block. (m)
2. All the small fish caught at once in a drag-net near the shore, and the dragnet with which they are caught. (m)
  • Juego de boliche -> pigeon-holes, a game played on a concave table with a ball; troll-madam
  • Boliches -> (Naut.) Fore-top bowlines, and top-gallant bowlines
3. A furnace for lead-smelting. (m)
4. The toy called cup and ball. (m)
5. Bolivian. (Ante Meridian & Latin American) (m)
(And. Cono Sur) Small grocery shop (tienda); (Cono Sur) cheap snack bar; (And.) Low-class bakery; (Cono Sur) gambling den (garita).

boliche
1 (juego) bowls
singular
; (s)
bowling
2 (bola) jack
3 (bolos) skittles
singular
; (s)
4 (bolera) bowling alley
5 (juguete) cup-and-ball toy
6 (red) small dragnet
7 (horno) small furnace; smelting furnace
boliche
1 (Latinoamérica) (tenducha) small grocery store; (S. Cone) (café) cheap snack bar
2 (And) (tahona) cheap bakery
3 (S. Cone) (garita) gambling den
boliche
(Latinoamérica) Bolivian

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