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child-friendly

adjective uk   /ˌtʃaɪldˈfrend.li/ us  
( also family-friendly) A child-friendly place has special features that parents and children like: The hotel is very child-friendly and offers a babysitting service. suitable for children: The book provides child-friendly definitions of mathematical words.
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