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|Origin:||toy 'amusing story or action' (15-18 centuries)|
an object for children to play with:
some toys for the baby
soft/cuddly toy British English (=a toy that looks like an animal and is covered in fur)
Annie was playing happily with her toys.
an object that you buy because it gives you pleasure and enjoyment, especially one that you don't really need:
The food mixer is her latest toy.
an object that adults use to obtain sexual pleasure