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playschool

Line breaks: play|school
Pronunciation: /ˈpleɪskuːl
 
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Definition of playschool in English:

noun

British
A playgroup.
Example sentences
  • A special thank you goes to the local lollipop lady who ensured the children from the playschool reached their neighbouring primary school with ease and safety.
  • Along with modernisation, these pre-school institutions assumed the form of playschools and kindergartens.
  • It comments on the need for playschools and community centres, but makes the plea that future planning should take into consideration the feelings and life-style of the people concerned.

Words that rhyme with playschool

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