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frolic

verb [I] uk   /ˈfrɒl.ɪk/ us    /ˈfrɑː.lɪk/ ( present participle frolicking, past tense and past participle frolicked)
to play and behave in a happy way: A group of suntanned children were frolicking on the beach.

frolic

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈfrɒl.ɪk/ us    /ˈfrɑː.lɪk/ old-fashioned
happy behaviour, like that of children playing: a harmless frolic It was all fun and frolics until it began to pour down with rain.
Translations of “frolic”
in Spanish juguetear…
in French folâtrer…
in German tollen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嬉戲,玩鬧…
in Chinese (Simplified) 嬉戏,玩闹…
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