Definition of 'frolic'

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Example sentences containing 'frolic'

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What a night of fun and frolics it's promising to be, and all for a great cause. The Sun (2016)More importantly, he let the horse frolic in the surf too. Times, Sunday Times (2011)In all of this fun and frolicking, the serious issue of global warming looms large. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So the second half was a pantomime, all fun and frolics and not very serious at all. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Full of fun and frolics. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Now I just want to frolic about a lot. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I watch seals frolic in the surf and spy penguins, too. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Should I ditch my family for some festive frolics? The Sun (2012)HELP is at hand if you're worried you may have picked up some nasties from festive frolicking. The Sun (2010)Last month the pair were spotted frolicking in a beach in Costa Rica. The Sun (2009)The series follows the families' festive frolics as they face physical games in a bid to win 500,000. The Sun (2011)

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Translations for 'frolic'

British English: frolic VERB
When people or animals frolic, they play or move in a lively, happy way.
Tourists sunbathe and frolic in the ocean.
  • American English: frolic
  • Brazilian Portuguese: brincar
  • Chinese: 嬉戏
  • European Spanish: juguetear
  • French: batifoler
  • German: umhertollen
  • Italian: salterellare
  • Japanese: 遊び戯れる
  • Korean: 장난치며 놀다
  • European Portuguese: brincar
  • Latin American Spanish: juguetear


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