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playgroup

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈpleɪ.ɡruːp/ (also playschool) UK
an organized group for children aged between three and five to play and learn together informally at regular times in a place outside their homes, run by parents or trained leaders
Translations of “playgroup”
in Chinese (Traditional) (三至五歲兒童的)幼兒遊戲班,幼稚園…
in Russian детский сад…
in Turkish anaokulu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (3至5岁儿童的)幼儿游戏班,幼儿园…
in Polish przedszkole…
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