Definition of playtime in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈpleɪtʌɪm


A period in the school day when children are allowed to go outside and play: they chant their tables before playtime
More example sentences
  • The Government is saying they want children to be healthy but our children cannot go out at playtimes.
  • Pupils at a junior and infants school are wearing hats at playtimes in a bid to protect themselves from the sun's ultra-violet rays, which can cause skin cancer.
  • Pupils at a Darwen primary school told Ofsted inspectors there was only one thing that their school could do better - have longer playtimes.

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