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  • 1 Pitfall! — Обложка игры на Atari 5200 Разработчик Activision …

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  • 2 Pitfall — refers to a series of video games: * Pitfall! , the 1982 original * , a 1984 sequel * Super Pitfall , a 1987 sequel and a quasi remake of Pitfall II * , a 1994 sequel * , a 1998 sequel * , a 2004 sequelPitfall may also refer to: * Anti pattern, a …

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  • 3 Pitfall! — Éditeur Activision Développeur Activision Concepteur David Crane Date de sortie 1982 Genre Plates formes Mode de jeu …

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  • 4 Pitfall — ist das englische Wort für Falle/Fallgrube und steht für Folgendes: Pitfall (Band), eine Metalcore Band Pitfall!, ein Videospiel The Pitfall (Film 1913), ein amerikanischer Stummfilm von 1913 Pitfall (Film 1948), ein amerikanischer Schwarz Weiß… …

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  • 5 Pitfall! — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Pitfall! Desarrolladora(s) Activision …

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  • 6 Pitfall — Pit fall , n. A pit deceitfully covered to entrap wild beasts or men; a trap of any kind. Sir T. North. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 pitfall — I noun abyss, catch, chasm, danger, dangerous spot, exposure to danger, exposure to harm, fovea, hazard, imminent danger, obstacle, peril, predicament, problem, quagmire, risk, risks, snare, threat, trap II index hazard, trap, trouble …

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  • 8 pitfall — UK US /ˈpɪtfɔːl/ noun [C, usually plural] ► a problem, used especially about problems that may happen in the future: »He took financial advice on how to avoid the pitfalls of setting up your own business. »common/potential pitfalls …

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  • 9 pitfall — c.1300, a type of animal trap, from PIT (Cf. pit) (1) + FALL (Cf. fall) (v.). Extended sense of any hidden danger is first recorded 1580s …

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  • 10 pitfall — [n] hazard, trap booby trap*, catch*, danger, deadfall*, difficulty, downfall, drawback, entanglement, hook*, mesh*, mousetrap*, peril, pit*, quicksand*, risk, setup*, snag*, snare, swindle*, toil, web; concepts 674,679 Ant. advantage, blessing,… …

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  • 11 pitfall — ► NOUN 1) a hidden or unsuspected danger or difficulty. 2) a covered pit for use as a trap …

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  • 12 pitfall — [pit′fôl΄] n. [ME pitfalle < pit,PIT2 + falle, a trap < OE fealle < feallan, to FALL] 1. a lightly covered pit used as a trap for animals 2. an unsuspected difficulty, danger, or error that one may fall into SYN. TRAP1 …

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  • 13 Pitfall! — Infobox VG title = Pitfall! developer = Activision publisher = Activision designer = David Crane engine = released = 1982 genre = Platforming modes = Single player ratings = platforms = Atari 2600, Atari 5200, Atari 8 bit, ColecoVision, Commodore …

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  • 14 Pitfall! — Logo der Atari 2600 Version Pitfall! (engl. „Falle!“) ist ein 1982 bei Activision veröffentlichtes Videospiel des Programmierers David Crane für die Spielkonsole Atari 2600. Pitfall! war nach Donkey Kong das zweite bekannte Jump ’n’ Run… …

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  • 15 pitfall — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ obvious ▪ common ▪ hidden ▪ possible, potential ▪ We need to be alert to potential pitfalls …

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  • 16 Pitfall —  Pour l’article homonyme, voir Pitfall!.  Pitfall est un film américain réalisé par André De Toth, sorti en 1948. Sommaire 1 Synopsis 2 Fiche technique …

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  • 17 pitfall — n. 1) to avoid a pitfall 2) a hidden pitfall * * * [ pɪtfɔːl] a hidden pitfall to avoid a pitfall …

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  • 18 Pitfall — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Source of danger. < N PARAG:Pitfall >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 rocks rocks reefs coral reef sunken rocks snags Sgm: N 1 sands sands quicksands Sgm: N 1 syrt| syrt| syrtis| …

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  • 19 pitfall — UK [ˈpɪtˌfɔːl] / US [ˈpɪtˌfɔl] noun [countable] Word forms pitfall : singular pitfall plural pitfalls a problem that is likely to happen in a particular situation She was well aware of the potential pitfalls of running a business. avoid a pitfall …

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  • 20 pitfall — /pit fawl /, n. 1. a lightly covered and unnoticeable pit prepared as a trap for people or animals. 2. any trap or danger for the unwary: the pitfall of excessive pride. [1275 1325; ME pittefalle, equiv. to pitte PIT1 + falle (OE fealle) trap]… …

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