Noun(1) a commercially operated park with stalls and shows for amusement(2) a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc.
(1) They received prizes of either free rides on a funfair , donated by Stanley John Cubbins, or goodie bags donated by businesses in Farnworth.(2) There were performances from community groups, a food arena, arts and crafts stalls and funfair rides.(3) Fenagh Rally is not just about steam engines and vintage machines there will also be a dog show, baby show and a funfair with loads of side shows.(4) A procession along the high street to the Weir Field traditionally kicks off the festivities before a funfair in the afternoon.(5) More than 20 charities had planned to set up stalls along the road and had organised sponsored walks, a fun run, balloon rides, a funfair and a vintage car rally.(6) A travelling funfair in the rain before it opens is one of the most dreary looking things in the world.(7) Like children at a funfair , we are dared to continue to ride.(8) The event included a recreation of an American Civil War battle, a funfair , dog show, and fête stalls.(9) An international funfair will bring the biggest rides to the streets the city has ever seen.(10) When the parade reached Springhill High School, a funfair was waiting.(11) a funfair ride(12) Mrs Letchford, as a very young girl at a funfair , wanted to go on a ride which had a small yellow aeroplane but unfortunately as she had spent her pocket money her wish was not granted.(13) Sale targets have already been set and if the company raises £3,000 they will spend it on a funfair for the whole school.(14) A huge funfair and children's fairground will also be set up in the centre to turn Bradford into a vibrant shopping experience.(15) There will also be a funfair , sideshows, stalls and refreshments.(16) a travelling funfair set up every year
(1) fun fair :: 楽しいフェア
1. fair ::
2. carnival ::
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