English version

wonderland

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwonderlandwon‧der‧land /ˈwʌndəlænd $ -ər-/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 RMan imaginary place in stories
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wonderlandThis attitude has helped to transform science into a wonderland of the imagination.A wonderland of mechanical organs rich with exuberant carvings.A pair of wide plate glass windows peer into an Alician wonderland of exotic beings.That journey is a trip through a dark, dank wonderland of surprises, both somber and madly humorous.People ask how best to explore this wonderland.Exactly how this wonderland would be brought about was, of course, seldom systematically thought out.Easy Money puts on its Santa Claus outfit and walks through the winter wonderland of savings and investment schemes for children.
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