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Hula-Hoopnoun [C]

US trademark UK hula hoop uk   /ˈhuː.ləˌhuːp/ us   /ˈhuː.ləˌhuːp/
a large ring, usually made of plastic, that children play with by putting it around their waist and moving their body so that it spins
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