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- n. a fair
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- n. a commercially operated park with stalls and shows for amusement
- n. a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I actually had to go there in my police car … .. ‘yes, the funfair is there, making as much noise as a funfair would normally make’.
Le mot 'funfair' est plus proche de "fête foraine" ou de "parc d'attractions".
Child A wrote about Pip Davenport, a fairground inventor: If he wasent doing enthing els heel help his uncle Herry at the funfair during the day.
Rock'n'roll bingo, superhero workshops, Dennis The Menace live, plus a funfair with an original 50s helter skelter; this cultural cornucopia for kids sounds so good, those without children might look to loan some.
Yet as I stood there on Friday the 18th, Tahrir was filled with protestors of various political affiliations and for the most part, a funfair.
A dilapidated seaside funfair, which in its heyday was one of the best in Britain, is to get a £3m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to help restore an ancient wooden roller-coaster so it can become an amusement park of historic rides.
Think suspension bridges or stomach-churning funfair rides.
They set off across Battersea Bridge, towards the park where the upstream element of the festival took part, that very English funfair.
These antiquated, funfair devices now sit surrounded by innovative buskers and creative moochers, eager to delight you with more than your penny's worth.
Away from the boshery, the ticket price also includes entrance to the Splash Waterworld, cinema, funfair and health spa.
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