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frolic

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈfrɒl.ɪk/ US  /ˈfrɑː.lɪk/ old-fashioned
happy and playful behaviour
嬉戏,玩闹
a harmless frolic
无恶意的嬉闹
It was all fun and frolics until it began to pour down with rain.
在下起倾盆大雨以前一直玩得很开心。
Excitement, interest, energy and enthusiasmPastimes - general words
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in Chinese (Traditional) 嬉戲,玩鬧…
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