billiard ball

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Noun1.billiard ball - ball used in playing billiardsbilliard ball - ball used in playing billiards  
ball - round object that is hit or thrown or kicked in games; "the ball travelled 90 mph on his serve"; "the mayor threw out the first ball"; "the ball rolled into the corner pocket"
cue ball - the ball that the billiard player or pool player strikes with his cue
object ball - the billiard ball that is intended to be the first ball struck by the cue ball
Translations

billiard ball

npalla da biliardo
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Pep Guardiola, of course, the rough, tough diamond geezer baldly going where no cueball has ever gone for Manchester City.
Pep Guardiola, of course, is the rough, tough diamond geezer baldly going where no cueball has ever gone for Manchester City.
Wrathall did make an error at this point when he should have kept the pressure on by 'double baulking' Peaker; instead leaving his own cueball out of baulk.
John punishes you when you leave the cueball where I was.
My cueball control was so bad in the first session - I kept running out of position and that was the difference between winning and losing for me.
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The seven-time Sheffield champion is playing well and hitting the centre of the cueball again under the tutelage of experienced coach Chris Henry, who also teaches Luca Brecel.
The 26-year-old looked set to pull within two in the 16th after clearing up but the cueball rolled into the pocket to gift Yupeng a dream debut.
Too often, in the final two frames, the Welsh left-hander struggled to control the cueball.
We're hoping it's the same shade of white as his old Fiat 500, in which he was wont to play motorway snooker on long journeys such was its resemblance to a cueball.
During the first general session, Brewers Association president Charlie Papazian brought a prop to the stage--a cueball.