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amusement parknoun [C]

uk   /əˈmjuːz.mənt ˌpɑːk/ us   /əˈmjuːz.mənt ˌpɑːrk/
a theme park
(Definition of amusement park from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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amusement parknoun [C]

us   /əˈmjuz·mənt ˌpɑrk/
a place where people can go to enjoy games, rides, and other activities
(Definition of amusement park from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “amusement park”
in Arabic حَديقة ملاهي…
in Korean 놀이공원…
in Portuguese parque de diversões…
in Catalan parc d’atraccions…
in Japanese 遊園地…
in Chinese (Simplified) 露天游乐场,主题公园…
in Turkish luna park…
in Russian парк аттракционов…
in Chinese (Traditional) 露天遊樂場,主題公園…
in Italian luna park…
in Polish wesołe miasteczko…
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