Definition of 'theme park'
Example sentences containing 'theme park'
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Hotel guests are also able to get into the theme park one hour before the general public. The Sun (2017)The sci-fi focuses on a theme park where fantasies can be lived out. The Sun (2016)Below, three new theme parks are glittering. The Sun (2016)The resort already has three theme parks and 2,100 rooms in five themed hotels, plus a range of restaurants and shows aimed at families. The Sun (2016)But for the younger generation it is theme parks. Times, Sunday Times (2012)When you go to a theme park a machine makes all the choices for you. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It seemed to be the happy meeting of a family holiday and extended theme park fix in one. The Sun (2015)For sale, one fantasy theme park. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Officials have suggested more indoor theme park rides and city museums, for example. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Is the political theme park an idea that could catch on in Britain? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Have a day out, maybe go to a theme park? The Sun (2011)TAKE extra time to explore the theme parks by upgrading your day trip with an overnight stay. The Sun (2008)If you get childcare vouchers through your employer, see if they have summer holiday offers for theme parks? The Sun (2014) Go to the theme park on the first day, then revisit your favourite bits before heading for a splash on the next. The Sun (2015)I agreed to pay for my son to go to a theme park with his friends just before they return to school. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A counsellor advised him to go back to the Staffordshire theme park after he suffered anxiety. The Sun (2015)Florida, with its theme parks and beach holidays, remains a family favourite. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Our bankers' theme park ready, we should expect it to be popular. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It offers much better'fun economy' than going to a theme park. The Sun (2013)The longest we are prepared to queue is one hour and 19 minutes, usually for theme park rides. The Sun (2012)
Translations for 'theme park'
British English: theme park /θiːm pɑːk/ NOUN
A theme park is a large outdoor area where people pay to go to enjoy themselves. All the different activities in a theme park are usually based on a particular idea or theme.
- American English: theme park
- Arabic: حَدِيقَةُ أَلْعَاب
- Brazilian Portuguese: parque temático
- Chinese: 主题公园
- Croatian: tematski park
- Czech: zábavní park
- Danish: forlystelsespark
- Dutch: pretpark
- European Spanish: parque temático
- Finnish: teemahuvipuisto
- French: parc de loisirs
- German: Abenteuerpark
- Greek: θεματικό πάρκο
- Italian: parco a tema
- Japanese: テーマパーク
- Korean: 테마 공원
- Norwegian: temapark
- Polish: park tematyczny
- European Portuguese: parque temático
- Romanian: parc tematic
- Russian: тематический парк
- Spanish: parque temático
- Swedish: temapark
- Thai: สวนสนุก
- Turkish: konulu eğlence parkı
- Ukrainian: тематичний парк
- Vietnamese: công viên vui chơi theo chủ đề
Definition of theme park from the Collins English Dictionary
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