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paradise

noun [C usually singular, U] uk   /ˈpær.ə.daɪs/ us    /ˈper-/
C1 a place or condition of great happiness where everything is exactly as you would like it to be: a tropical paradise His idea of paradise is to spend the day lying on the beach. This mall is a shopper's paradise. Paradise Heaven: They believe they'll go to Paradise after they die. the garden of Eden (= the place where Adam and Eve lived, in the Bible story)
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