funfairs (plural noun) · fun-fair (noun) · fun-fairs (plural noun)
  1. a fair consisting of rides, sideshows, and other amusements.
    "a travelling funfair set up every year" ·
    "a funfair ride"
    gala · gala day · garden party · bazaar · fair · feast · festival · fiesta · jubilee · pageant · carnival · funfair · fundraiser · charity event · kermis
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How to use funfair in a sentence?
a travelling funfair set up every year.
a funfair ride.
How to say funfair in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic عيد سوقي
Bangla উপহারের দোকান
Bosnian (Latin) sajamske
Bulgarian колективни
Cantonese (Traditional) 遊樂場
Catalan Parc d'atraccions
Chinese Simplified 游乐场
Chinese Traditional 遊樂場
Croatian sajmu
Czech pouť
Danish selskabslege
Dutch (NOUN)kermis
Estonian lõbustusparkide
Filipino perya
Finnish huvipuisto
French (NOUN)fête foraine
German (NOUN)Kirmes, Jahrmarkt, Volksfest
Greek (NOUN)λούνα παρκ
Hebrew בסדר
Hungarian (NOUN)vidámparki
Icelandic funfair á
Indonesian pasar malam
Italian Parco dei divertimenti
Japanese 遊園地
Korean (NOUN)유원지
Latvian saviesīgām spēlēm
Lithuanian pramogų reikmenys
Maltese fieri
Norwegian Bokmål Tivoli
Polish Wesołe miasteczko
Portuguese Parque de diversões
Querétaro Otomi Parque atracciones
Serbian (Cyrillic) ваљару
Serbian (Latin) vaљaru
Slovak (NOUN)lunapark
Slovenian (ADJECTIVE)sejemske
Spanish Parque de atracciones
Swedish sällskapsspel
Telugu ఫఫెయిర్
Thai สวนสนุก
Turkish (NOUN)lunapark
Ukrainian парк атракціонів
Urdu تماشا
Welsh Ffair
Yucatec Maya K'íiwiko' atracciones
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