Definition of playgroup in English:

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playgroup

Pronunciation: /ˈpleɪɡruːp/

noun

British
A regular meeting of a group of preschool children at a particular place, organized by parents for their children to take part in supervised creative and social play.
Example sentences
  • Preschools, playgroups and nurseries can organise their own half-mile sponsored toddles, too and if they do, they get to keep 25 per cent of the money raised.
  • The company has been very successful in their sales generated from primary schools, Pre-Schools, Montessori schools and playgroups all around the county.
  • It is not the fault of the state or private nursery schools that the playgroups no longer play such an important part.

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