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bouncy castle

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbouncy castleˌbouncy ˈcastle noun [countable] British English  a large object filled with air, often shaped like a castle, that children jump on for fun
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bouncy castleActivities include a treasure hunt, country dancing, a bouncy castle, kite-making and painting.Children can enjoy a special treasure hunt, a bouncy castle and Punch and Judy shows.Often it ends up being about as much fun as trying to have a quiet drink in a bouncy castle.
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