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fun US English

Enjoyment, amusement, or lighthearted pleasure

in fun US English

Not intended seriously; as a joke

for fun US English

In order to amuse oneself and not for any more serious purpose

fun day US English

A day of organized events providing a variety of amusements and activities

fun fur US English

An artificial fabric with a texture resembling fur, typically in bright colours

fun run US English

A noncompetitive run, especially for sponsored runners in support of a charity

like fun US English

An ironic exclamation of contradiction or disbelief in response to a statement

what fun! US English

Used to convey that an activity or situation sounds amusing or enjoyable

fun-size US English

(Of a product) smaller than the regular or usual size

fun-filled US English

Providing much enjoyment, amusement, or light-hearted pleasure

fun-loving US English

(Of a person) light-hearted and lively

poke fun at US English

Tease or make fun of

make fun of US English

Tease, laugh at, or joke about (someone) in a mocking or unkind way

not much fun US English

Used to indicate that something strikes one as extremely unpleasant and depressing

in fun in fun US English

Not intended seriously; as a joke

figure of fun US English

A person who is considered ridiculous

fun and games US English

Amusing and enjoyable activities

for fun in fun US English

In order to amuse oneself and not for any more serious purpose

like fun in fun US English

An ironic exclamation of contradiction or disbelief in response to a statement

a bundle of fun US English

Something extremely amusing or pleasant

what fun! in fun US English

Used to convey that an activity or situation sounds amusing or enjoyable

someone's idea of fun US English

Used to emphasize one’s dislike for an activity or to mock someone else’s liking for it

make fun of in fun US English

Tease, laugh at, or joke about (someone) in a mocking or unkind way

poke fun at in poke1 US English

Tease or make fun of

fun and games in fun US English

Amusing and enjoyable activities

not much fun in fun US English

Used to indicate that something strikes one as extremely unpleasant and depressing

figure of fun in figure US English

A person who is considered ridiculous

someone's idea of fun in fun US English

Used to emphasize one’s dislike for an activity or to mock someone else’s liking for it

a bundle of fun in bundle US English

Something extremely amusing or pleasant

funfair US English

A fair consisting of rides, sideshows, and other amusements

funhouse US English

(In an amusement park) a building equipped with trick mirrors, shifting floors, and other devices designed to scare or amuse people as they walk through

clean US English

Not sexually offensive or obscene

for the fun of it in for fun US English

In order to amuse oneself and not for any more serious purpose

not much or a lot of fun in fun US English

Used to indicate that something strikes one as extremely unpleasant and depressing

a bundle of fun or laughs in bundle US English

Something extremely amusing or pleasant

fun US Thesaurus

I joined in with the fun

fun English-Spanish

diversión feminine

fun run English-Spanish

maratóngen con fines benéficos

fun-loving English-Spanish

amante de las diversiones, gozador Chile, gozón Colombiacolloquial/familiar

in fun in fun US Thesaurus

the teasing was all in fun


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