Definition of racino
: a racetrack at which slot machines are available for gamblers
Recent Examples of racino from the Web
However, in the prior fiscal year, racino revenue increased $32 million.
By contrast, LeVan pointed out that his proposal would site the racino farther away from the Gettysburg park than the casino in Valley Forge is from Valley Forge National Historical Park, writes Samantha Beckett for Casino.org.
Casino and racino officials have said year-over-year comparisons typically provide a more accurate reflection of performance than comparing one month to the previous one.
Here's how the other Northeast Ohio casinos and racinos are doing: Jack Thistledown Racino, which unveiled a new entry and expansion, saw a slight increase in May, compared to a year ago.
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Origin and Etymology of racino
blend of racetrack and casino
First Known Use: 1995See Words from the same year
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