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climbing frame

noun [C] uk   us   UK (US jungle gym)
a large frame made of bars that children can climb on
Translations of “climbing frame”
in Korean 정글 짐…
in Arabic قُضبان التَسلّق…
in Portuguese trepa-trepa…
in Catalan laberint grimpador…
in Japanese ジャングルジム…
in Italian struttura in legno o metallo per arrampicarsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) (兒童玩的)攀爬架…
in Chinese (Simplified) (儿童玩的)攀缘架,攀爬架…
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