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toy

noun [C]     /tɔɪ/
an object for children to play with 玩具 a cuddly/soft/stuffed toy 可爱的/柔软的/填充玩具 a clockwork/wind-up toy 装有发条的玩具 a toy train/farm/soldier 玩具火车/农场/士兵 UK toy bricks ( US toy blocks) 玩具积木 Put your toys away now - it's time for bed. 现在把玩具收拾好——该睡觉了。 Leave daddy's camera alone - it isn't a toy! 别碰爸爸的照相机——它不是玩具! Toys and dolls
an object which is used by an adult for pleasure rather than for serious use (供成年人玩赏的)玩意儿 His latest toy is a mobile phone. 他的新玩意儿是一部手机。 She has several executive toys on her desk. 她桌上有几件行政人员用的玩意儿。 Miscellaneous pastimes and their participants
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…
(Definition of toy noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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