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سَزٕ لۄٚنٛگ

وِکیٖپیٖڈیا پؠٹھٕ، اَکھ آزاد اِنسایکلوپیٖڈیا
سَزٕ لۄٚنٛگ
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سَزٕ لۄٚنٛگ چھُ بٲزی ہِنٛز اَکھ مشہوٗر بٲزؠ یَتھ مَنٛز کھلٲڑؠ اَکھ لۄکٹ چیز ٹاس کران چھِ، یَتھ لیٚگر ونان چھِ، نمبر دار مثلثن مَنٛز یا زمیٖنس پؠٹھ بیان کردٕ مستطیلن ہنٛدؠ نمونن مَنٛز تہٕ پتہٕ چھِ جاین مَنٛز کوٚرن یا کوٚرن تہٕ چیز چھ واپس حٲصل کران۔[1][2][3] یہِ چھےٚ بچن ہنٛد کھیل یس واریاہن کھلاڑؠن سٟتؠ یا وٲحد ِگنٛدِتھ ہیٚکو۔ سزٕ لۄٚنٛگ چھےٚ اَکھ جسمٲنی تہٕ علمی ورزش۔[4][5][6]

حَوالہٕ جات[اؠڈِٹ]

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  3. "Definition of HOPSCOTCH". Merriam-Webster ( اَنگیٖزۍ زَبانہِ مَنٛز). Retrieved 15 March 2022. a child's game in which a player tosses an object (such as a stone) into areas of a figure outlined on the ground and hops through the figure and back to regain the object
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