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funfair (ˈfʌnˌfɛə Pronunciation for funfair

Definitions

noun

  1. (British) an amusement park or fairground

Translations for 'funfair'

  • British English: funfairPronunciation for funfair A funfair is an event held in a park or field at which people pay to ride on various machines for amusement or try to win prizes in games.ˈfʌnˌfɛə NOUN
  • Arabic: مَلْهىًPronunciation for مَلْهىً
  • Brazilian Portuguese: parque de diversõesPronunciation for parque de diversões
  • Chinese: 游乐场Pronunciation for 游乐场
  • Croatian: lunaparkPronunciation for lunapark
  • Czech: pouťPronunciation for pouťlunapark
  • Danish: forlystelsesparkPronunciation for forlystelsespark
  • Dutch: kermisPronunciation for kermis
  • European Spanish: feriaPronunciation for feria
  • Finnish: huvipuistoPronunciation for huvipuisto
  • French: fête forainePronunciation for fête foraine
  • German: JahrmarktPronunciation for Jahrmarkt Jahrmärkte
  • Greek: λούνα παρκPronunciation for λούνα παρκ
  • Italian: luna parkPronunciation for luna park
  • Japanese: 遊園地Pronunciation for 遊園地
  • Korean: 유원지Pronunciation for 유원지
  • Norwegian: fornøyelsesparkPronunciation for fornøyelsespark
  • Polish: wesołe miasteczkoPronunciation for wesołe miasteczko
  • Portuguese: parque de diversõesPronunciation for parque de diversões
  • Romanian: parc de distracții parcuri de distracții
  • Russian: парк с аттракционамиPronunciation for парк с аттракционами
  • Spanish: feriaPronunciation for feria
  • Swedish: nöjesfältPronunciation for nöjesfält
  • Thai: สวนสนุกPronunciation for สวนสนุก
  • Turkish: lunaparkPronunciation for lunapark
  • Ukrainian: ярмарок
  • Vietnamese: hội chợ vui chơiPronunciation for hội chợ vui chơi

Example Sentences Including 'funfair'

It is rather like looking at ourselves in a distorted funfair mirror, wearing a pair of thick-lensed glasses.
Munro, Bill Dr. & Munro, Frances Beat Stress
LONDON: A 20-year-old man was charged yesterday with the murder of a schoolgirl who was shot dead as she walked home from a funfair.
The Advertiser, Sunday Mail (2004)
On this stretch of coast there was no pier or funfair or penny arcade.
Various Looking For the Spark
The West Pier, meanwhile, was used by Dickie Attenborough for the funfair scenes in Oh!
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Una had once taken her to a funfair ; that was the day before she left for ever.
Weldon, Fay Splitting
Which worried me, thinking about Mr Sidoli and the travelling funfair.
Gash, Jonathan The Tartan Ringers

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