Definition of 'funfair'
Example sentences containing 'funfair'
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Their internal thoughts are spoken over slides of trips to the beach and the local funfair. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There's live music and a funfair too. The Sun (2013)Live music, funfair and entertainment all day. The Sun (2012)They'll love the funfair and farm animals. The Sun (2014)There's a new funfair ride in the shape of a football. Times, Sunday Times (2010)After studying mechanical engineering, he worked in a garage while fixing funfair rides. The Sun (2016)It was fantastically exciting, all of it, better than any funfair ride. ARE YOU TALKING TO ME?: A Life Through the Movies (2004)
Trends of 'funfair'
Used Rarely. funfair is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'funfair'
British English: funfair /ˈfʌnˌfɛə/ NOUN
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.
- American English: amusement park
- Arabic: مَلْهىً
- Brazilian Portuguese: parque de diversões
- Chinese: 游乐场
- Croatian: lunapark
- Czech: pouť lunapark
- Danish: forlystelsespark
- Dutch: kermis
- European Spanish: feria
- Finnish: huvipuisto
- French: fête foraine
- German: Jahrmarkt
- Greek: λούνα παρκ
- Italian: luna park
- Japanese: 遊園地
- Korean: 유원지
- Norwegian: fornøyelsespark
- Polish: wesołe miasteczko
- European Portuguese: parque de diversões
- Romanian: parc de distracții
- Russian: парк с аттракционами
- Spanish: feria
- Swedish: nöjesfält
- Thai: สวนสนุก
- Turkish: lunapark
- Ukrainian: ярмарок
- Vietnamese: hội chợ vui chơi
Definition of funfair from the Collins English Dictionary
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