|park with amusements and rides||fun park|
|(India) park ground, open area||maidan|
|acceptable, better than acceptable, carnival, commercial exhibition, directly, done properly, event with farm competitions and amusements, false despite appearances, festival, market, bazaar; exhibition, show, good for sailing, improve, in fair territo...||fair|
|act of traveling on or in, action of a person or thing which rides, area of Yorkshire, being on a horse, canada: Canadian constituency, intended for use while traveling, used during the act of riding, traveling on animal or vehicle, used on horseback||riding|
|additional clause to bill, additional comment, person or thing which who rides; addition or appendix to a document, sliding adjustment, somebody on horse or bike, something resting on or strengthening something, thin seam||rider|
|amusement park in Anaheim, California (USA)||Disneyland|
|amusement park ride consisting of a large revolving wheel with seats attached, amusement ride||Ferris wheel|
|amusement park ride, carousel, revolving ride in a playground, roundabout, whirl of activity||merry-go-round|
|amusement park with theme||theme park|
|approximate, estimated, baseball stadium or field, park where baseball is played, park for playing ball games, touchdown area for spacecraft||ballpark|
|arrangement made beforehand, arranging of something beforehand, keeping something back, land set aside, legal interest retained in something granted, limiting condition, misgivings that cause hesitation, park, land set aside for a specific use; doubt, ...||reservation|
|assemblage, gathering of people; open space which holds large numbers of people; promenade in a park; boulevard, crowd, gathering together, large open space||concourse|
|bowling alley, lane; trail, path, large marble, narrow passage, outfield zone in baseball, part of tennis court, path in garden or park, small street, tramline||alley|
|building at gate, lodge, house next to the entrance of an estate or park||gatehouse|
|car park, parking garage, large area where you are allowed to park your car (usually for money), place where motor vehicles are parked, traffic jam||parking lot|
|cave system in southeastern New South Wales, Australia. Located in the Blue Mountains National Park, the limestone cave system is a major tourist attraction.||Jenolan Caves|
|change positions skillfully, manipulate, one who rides horses in horse races; (Slang) one who operates or controls something (i.e. computer or vehicle), ride a racehorse; maneuver into a good position; activate, ride racehorse, rider of racehorse, try ...||jockey|
|chaotic place, park displaying live animals in enclosures, park or facility where animals are kept and raised for visitors to see and observe, zoological park; (Slang) disorderly and chaotic place; (Computers) group of viruses and worms that exist only...||zoo|
|college dining hall, dining room, cafeteria; food provided in a dining room; ration, portion, food ration; open public area in a city or town, park, square||commons|
|common stock, everyday, general, nonspecialist, of an expected standard, of or for all, of varying stress or length, open public area in a city or town, park, square (also commons), ordinary, piece of public land||common|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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