misère

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misère

(mɪˈzɛə)
n
1. (Card Games) a call in solo whist and other card games declaring a hand that will win no tricks
2. (Card Games) a hand that will win no tricks
[C19: from French: misery]
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Translations

misère

[mɪˈzɛəʳ] N (Cards) → nulos mpl
to go misèrejugar a nulos
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