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World Series

n.
A series of baseball games played each fall between the winning teams of the American League and the National League to decide the championship of the major leagues.

World Series

or

World's Series

n
(Baseball) baseball (in the US and Canada) a best-of-seven playoff for the world championship between the two winning teams in the major leagues at the end of the season

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n.
an annual series of games between the champions of baseball's two major leagues, won by the first team to win four games.
[1885–90, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.World Series - series that constitutes the playoff for the baseball championship; "we watched the World Series on TV"
playoff - any final competition to determine a championship
series - (sports) several contests played successively by the same teams; "the visiting team swept the series"
Translations

World Series

n (Am) (Baseball) the World Seriestorneo di spareggio al termine del campionato di baseball
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