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Meaning of “playgroup” in the English Dictionary

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playgroupnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈpleɪ.ɡruːp/ (also playschool) UK
an ​organizedgroup for ​childrenaged between about three and five to ​play and ​learn together ​informally at ​regulartimes in a ​placeoutsidetheirhomes, ​run by ​parents or ​trainedleaders
(Definition of playgroup from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “playgroup”
in Chinese (Simplified) (3至5岁儿童的)幼儿游戏班,幼儿园…
in Turkish anaokulu…
in Russian детский сад…
in Chinese (Traditional) (三至五歲兒童的)幼兒遊戲班,幼稚園…
in Polish przedszkole…
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