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themed

 (thēmd)
adj.
Involving a particular topic or motif. Often used in combination: a colonial-themed tourist attraction.

themed

(θiːmd)
adj
1. (Commerce) Brit (of a place or event) created so that it shows a particular historical time or way of life, or tells a well-known story: a themed restaurant.
2. Brit (of a place or event) created so that it shows a particular historical time or way of life, or tells a well-known story: a themed restaurant.
Translations

themed

[θ iːmd] ADJ (esp Brit) [place, event] → temático

themed

[ˈθiːmd] adj (mainly British) [restaurant, bar, nightclub] → à thèmetheme music theme tune n [film] → thème m principal; [radio or television programme] → musique f de générique, indicatif mtheme park nparc m à thèmetheme pub n (mainly British)bar m à thèmetheme song n [film] → thème m principal; [radio or television programme] → musique f de générique, indicatif m

themed

adj (esp Brit) placethematisch gestaltet; eventthematisch ausgerichtet
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