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plaything

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈpleɪ.θɪŋ/
an object used for pleasure or enjoyment, such as a child's toy
供玩耍的東西;玩具
I keep all the children's playthings in that big cupboard.
我把孩子們所有的玩具都放在那個大櫃子裡。
"Limousines and yachts are the playthings of the rich," he said dismissively.
「豪華轎車和遊艇是有錢人的玩物,」他輕蔑地說。
Toys and dolls
someone who is considered or treated without respect and forced to do things for someone else's pleasure or advantage
被玩弄的人,玩偶
These men's magazines just treat women as playthings.
這些男性雜誌只把女性當作玩物。
People of little importance
(Definition of plaything from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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