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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshowgroundshow‧ground /ˈʃəʊɡraʊnd $ ˈʃoʊ-/ noun [countable] British English  a large area of land where an event such as a farming show or a fete can be held
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showgroundThe race was run on a fast and flat course around an old airfield, now used as a showground.The event will take place at the Royal Highland showground at Ingliston, Edinburgh.Tickets are £110 each and free parking is available in Battersea Park with a courtesy minibus service to and from the showground.Rain has turned parts of the showground at Malvern into a quagmire.Dezi's visit to the showground continued with a canter around the main ring ... and then he joined the grand parade.The showground will play host to more than 10,000 animals this year.Freshers' fair is the traditional showground where societies fall over themselves to attract some of the 5000 new students.
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