Definition of 'candyfloss'
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Example sentences containing 'candyfloss'
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We went to an adventure playground, more for me than them, and to the fair, candyfloss and sugar dummies. THE MANANA MAN (2002)She bought Davey candyfloss, which came in a polythene bag. THE LEGEND OF CAPTAIN SPACE (2002)
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Used Rarely. candyfloss is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'candyfloss'
British English: candyfloss /ˈkændɪˌflɒs/ NOUN
Candyfloss is a large pink or white mass of sugar threads that is eaten from a stick. It is sold at fairs or other outdoor events.
- American English: cotton candy
- Arabic: غَزْلُ البَنَات
- Brazilian Portuguese: algodão doce
- Chinese: 棉花糖
- Croatian: šećerna vuna
- Czech: cukrová vata
- Danish: candyfloss
- Dutch: suikerspin
- European Spanish: algodón de azúcar
- Finnish: hattara
- French: barbe à papa
- German: Zuckerwatte
- Greek: μαλλί της γριάς
- Italian: zucchero filato
- Japanese: 綿菓子
- Korean: 솜사탕
- Norwegian: sukkerspinn
- Polish: wata cukrowa
- European Portuguese: algodão doce
- Romanian: vată de zahăr
- Russian: сахарная вата
- Spanish: algodón de azúcar
- Swedish: sockervadd
- Thai: ขนมสายไหม
- Turkish: pamuk helva
- Ukrainian: цукрова вата
- Vietnamese: que kẹo bông
Definition of candyfloss from the Collins English Dictionary
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