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We haven't had such fun for years.
We had great fun comparing our baby photographs.
The kids had a lot of fun with that old tent.
It was just a bit of harmless fun.
She was full of life and full of fun.
A second home overseas should be for fun, not seen as an investment.
You've had your fun – now go home!
The other children made fun of her because she was always so serious.
Kicking a football up and down a muddy pitch isn't my idea of fun.
This is the British English definition of fun. View American English definition of fun.
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