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English definition of “Punch and Judy show”

Punch and Judy show

noun [C] uk   /ˌpʌntʃ.əndˈdʒuː.diˌʃəʊ/ us    /-ˌʃoʊ/
a traditional children's entertainment in which a man, Mr Punch, argues with his wife, Judy. It was especially popular in the past as an entertainment in British towns by the sea in summer.
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