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fair·ground

 (fâr′ground′)
n.
A piece of land where fairs are held.

fairground

(ˈfɛəˌɡraʊnd)
n
an open space used for a fair or exhibition

fair•ground

(ˈfɛərˌgraʊnd)

n.
Often, fairgrounds. a place where fairs, horse races, etc., are held, esp. an area set aside by a county, city, or state for an annual fair and containing exhibition buildings.
[1735–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fairground - an open area for holding fairs or exhibitions or circusesfairground - an open area for holding fairs or exhibitions or circuses
Translations
zábavní park
markedsplads
huvipuisto
sajmište
屋外市を催す場所
박람회장
nöjesfält
สวนสนุก
địa điểm hội chợ

fairground

[ˈfɛəgraʊnd] Nparque m de atracciones

fairground

[ˈfɛərgraʊnd] nchamp m de foirefair-haired [ˌfɛərˈhɛərd] adj [person] → aux cheveux blonds
My mother is fair-haired → Ma mère a les cheveux blonds.

fairground

[ˈfɛəˌgraʊnd] nluna park m inv

fairground

أَرْضُ الـمِهْرَجَان zábavní park markedsplads Festplatz υπαίθριος χώρος για εκθέσεις parque de atracciones huvipuisto fête foraine sajmište luna park 屋外市を催す場所 박람회장 kermisterrein tivoli plac targowy área para feira ou parque de diversões ярмарочная площадь nöjesfält สวนสนุก fuar alanı địa điểm hội chợ 游乐场
References in periodicals archive ?
An agreement allowing fairground veteran Henry Danter to take over the fairground was completed late on Friday with the keys due to be handed over at 10am today.
at the Paris Fairgrounds to continue working on our Fairground Project.
Every year, these songs are played in Porthcawl fairground, welcoming the season's first visitors.
Summary: A two-year-old boy has died after falling from a fairground ride.
With rides that excite, games to entertain and lights that dazzle, you'll feel a rush of excitement as the smell of the fairground air full of toffee apples, candy floss and straw captivates you.
PLANS have been revealed to open a massive fairground on Tyneside that will be second only to the Town Moor.
Plans to develop Britain's only dedicated fairground museum received a major boost with the recent award of a Heritage Lottery Fund Project Planning Grant.
SAFETY chiefs have denied that a series of deaths at fairgrounds could have been averted if they had ensured more robust regulation of the fairground industry.
So when word spread that the Fairground and Expo Center was awash in red ink, the business community was concerned.
Today's fairground rides are high-speed and highly sophisticated.
Discussions between fairground veteran Henry Danter and the Barry Island Property Company are understood to have ended with an agreement that Mr Danter can move onto the fairground site on March 13 or 14.
The track was funded by private interests and built at the edge of the fairground property as an extension of the parking area.