[puh-ching-koh] /pəˈtʃɪŋ koʊ/
a Japanese pinball game played on a vertical machine in which slots struck by the player’s ball release other balls that in turn are exchanged for noncash prizes.
a Japanese game similar to pinball
1953, from Japanese, “pinball machine,” also “slingshot, handgun,” from pachin, of echoic origin, + diminutive suffix -ko.
[puh-chee-zee, pah-] /pəˈtʃi zi, pɑ-/ noun 1. a board game, originated in ancient India, in which four players advance four pieces each along a route on a cross-shaped board toward a center square by throws of cowrie shells or dice. 2. a modern version of this game. /pəˈtʃiːzɪ; pɑː-/ noun 1. an Indian game somewhat […]
[pahk-muh n; Russian pahkh-muh n] /ˈpɑk mən; Russian ˈpɑx mən/ noun 1. Vladimir de [vlad-uh-meer duh;; Russian vluh-dyee-myir de] /ˈvlæd əˌmɪər də;; Russian vlʌˈdyi myɪr dɛ/ (Show IPA), 1848–1933, Russian pianist.
[puh-choo-kuh; Spanish pah-choo-kah] /pəˈtʃu kə; Spanish pɑˈtʃu kɑ/ noun, plural pachucas [puh-choo-kuh z; Spanish pah-choo-kahs] /pəˈtʃu kəz; Spanish pɑˈtʃu kɑs/ (Show IPA) 1. a teenage girl who associates closely with pachucos. [pah-choo-kah] /pɑˈtʃu kɑ/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Hidalgo, in central Mexico: silver mines. [hi-dal-goh; Spanish ee-th ahl-gaw] /hɪˈdæl goʊ; […]
[puh-choo-koh; Spanish pah-choo-kaw] /pəˈtʃu koʊ; Spanish pɑˈtʃu kɔ/ noun, plural pachucos [puh-choo-kohz; Spanish pah-choo-kaws] /pəˈtʃu koʊz; Spanish pɑˈtʃu kɔs/ (Show IPA) 1. (especially among Mexican-Americans) a teenage youth who belongs to a street gang known for its flamboyant style. /pəˈtʃuːkəʊ/ noun (pl) -cos 1. (US) a young Mexican living in the US, esp one of […]