toy Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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toynoun [C]

 us   /tɔɪ/

toy noun [C] (PLAY OBJECT)

an object that children play with: a stuffed toy a toy train/soldier

toyadjective [not gradable]

 us   /tɔɪ/

toy adjective [not gradable] (SMALL DOG)

(of a breed of dog) very small and kept as a pet: a toy poodle
Translations of “toy”
in Arabic لُعْبة…
in Korean 장난감…
in Malaysian mainan…
in French jouet…
in Turkish oyuncak…
in Italian giocattolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 玩具, (供成年人玩賞的)玩意…
in Russian игрушка…
in Polish zabawka…
in Vietnamese đồ chơi…
in Spanish juguete, (adjetivo) de juguete…
in Portuguese brinquedo…
in Thai ของเล่น…
in German das Spielzeug…
in Catalan joguina…
in Japanese おもちゃ…
in Indonesian mainan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 玩具, (供成年人玩赏的)玩意儿…
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