Definition of 'sandpit'
Example sentences containing 'sandpit'
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They just need a sandpit and swings. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There's also an outdoor play park and a huge sandpit. The Sun (2015)For the youngsters there's a sandpit and paddling pool. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I remember him digging the sandpit in the garden. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So why did the officials acknowledge that the ground was a sandpit only when the media visited final practice on Thursday? Times, Sunday Times (2009)There is a bouncy castle, play boat, soft play area and sandpit. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Yet when she's been with me her time in the pool, the sandpit or on top of the climbing frame has been somewhat limited. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'sandpit'
British English: sandpit /ˈsændˌpɪt/ NOUN
A sandpit is a shallow hole or box in the ground with sand in it where small children can play.
- American English: sandbox
- Arabic: حُفْرَةُ رَمْلِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: caixa de areia para brincar
- Chinese: 沙坑
- Croatian: pješčanik
- Czech: pískoviště
- Danish: sandkasse
- Dutch: zandbak
- European Spanish: cajón de arena
- Finnish: hiekkalaatikko
- French: bac à sable
- German: Sandkasten
- Greek: λάκκος με άμμο
- Italian: sabbionaia
- Japanese: 砂場
- Korean: 모래상자
- Norwegian: sandtak
- Polish: piaskownica
- European Portuguese: caixa de areia para brincar
- Romanian: groapă cu nisip
- Russian: песочница
- Spanish: cajón de arena
- Swedish: sandlåda
- Thai: หลุมทราย
- Turkish: kum havuzu
- Ukrainian: пісочниця
- Vietnamese: đống cát cho trẻ con chơi
Definition of sandpit from the Collins English Dictionary
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