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Spanish translation of “fair”

fair

noun /feə/
a collection of entertainments that travels from town to town
feria
She won a large doll at the fair.
a large market held at fixed times
mercado, feria
A fair is held here every spring.
an exhibition of goods from different countries, firms etc
feria
a trade fair.
fairground noun an area of land where fairs take place.
feria, parque de atracciones
(Definition of fair from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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