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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Pre school
playschoolplay‧school, play school /ˈpleɪskuːl/ noun [countable, uncountable]  British EnglishSEP a playgroup
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playschoolAlready she's talking about playschool and going back to work part-time.Three o'clock in the morning, bopping through a weird limb-jerking dance routine, and she looks like a child at playschool.It also got me banned from our playschool, for life.The playschool difference of opinion is now likely to be referred to the church's area governing body.
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