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fairyland

noun uk   /ˈfeə.ri.lænd/  us   /ˈfer.i-/
[U] the place where fairies (= imaginary creatures) are said to live [S] approving a beautiful place with an attractive or special quality: It had snowed heavily during the night and in the morning the city was a white fairyland. [U] mainly UK disapproving an imaginary perfect place or situation, where you do not have to deal with real problems in a practical way: The Minister's argument belongs to fairyland.
Translations of “fairyland”
in Chinese (Traditional) 仙國, 仙界, 仙境…
in Chinese (Simplified) 仙国, 仙界, 仙境…
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