Definition of 'toy'
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It follows our story yesterday about pets who still play with their old toys. The Sun (2016)There was this whole thing with treats that get put in dog toys. The Sun (2016)Why do particular toys and games become sensations? Times, Sunday Times (2017)She plays and runs around chatting, having fun with her toys. The Sun (2016)Fresh food, clothes and toys were all up. The Sun (2017)The tattooed England winger became hooked on building the plastic toys as he missed all four autumn internationals with a thumb injury and torn quad muscle. The Sun (2017)They also warn against soft bedding, blankets, pillows and soft toys. The Sun (2016)Maybe you're only as old as the toy you're playing with. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He would sit on his own, lining up toy cars, and if anyone disturbed him he would throw a massive tantrum. The Sun (2017)Stick around afterwards for craft activities inspired by the old toys on display. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So the preference for dolls or toy trucks is a mix of nature and nurture. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It has therefore been more formative than any other toy car. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She clutched a fluffy toy dog as both were arrested. The Sun (2006)War toys and games are in great demand. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You can also try relaxing music or a favourite toy or book to help calm her. The Sun (2014)He might have become a toy bear. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Our money is on a cuddly toy with a split personality. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They were just part of my soft toy collection. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Pride of place goes to the plastic toy sailor. The Sun (2007)One minute they are screaming their name and the next they drop them like an old toy. The Sun (2010)He looks like a smiling robot with a toy doll on his arm. The Sun (2008)That was one of her favourite toys. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He spends his weekends mending bikes and cars and toys. Times, Sunday Times (2007)My favourite childhood object was my toy gun. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He also loves being outside in his pushchair and hugging his brown dog toy. The Sun (2012)A couple of miniature toy cars? The Sun (2007)
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Translations for 'toy'
British English: toy /tɔɪ/ NOUN
A toy is an object that children play with, for example, a doll or a model car.
He was really too old for children's toys.
- American English: toy
- Arabic: لُعْبَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: brinquedo
- Chinese: 玩具
- Croatian: igračka
- Czech: hračka
- Danish: legetøj
- Dutch: speeltje
- European Spanish: juguete
- Finnish: lelu
- French: jouet
- German: Spielzeug
- Greek: παιχνίδι αντικείμενο
- Italian: giocattolo
- Japanese: おもちゃ
- Korean: 장난감
- Norwegian: leke
- Polish: zabawka
- European Portuguese: brinquedo
- Romanian: jucărie
- Russian: игрушка
- Spanish: juguete
- Swedish: leksak
- Thai: ของเล่น
- Turkish: oyuncak
- Ukrainian: іграшка
- Vietnamese: đồ chơi
Definition of toy from the Collins English Dictionary
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