put–and–take

play
noun \ˌpu̇t-ən-ˈtāk\

Definition of put–and–take

  1. :  any of various games of chance played with a teetotum or with dice in which players contribute to a pool and take from it according to the instructions on the top or dice

1921

First Known Use of put–and–take

1921

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