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climbing frame

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Toys
climbing frameˈclimbing ˌframe noun [countable]  British EnglishDHT a structure for children to climb on, made from metal bars, wood, or rope syn jungle gym American English
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climbing frameHere they are wearing their new outfits while playing on a climbing frame.Inside there was a climbing frame, Lego roundabout, swings and a wooden catapult for firing naughty children out of the castle.Later they had them set in a row near the climbing frame.Anna's arm hurt dreadfully, worse than when she'd fallen off the top of the climbing frame at the nursery.Now with her piggy back heart shinning up the climbing frame is childs play.
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