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fun noun

ADJ. enormous, excellent, good, great, terrific, tremendous, wonderful | harmless, innocent The boys' game started as harmless fun but ended in tragedy.

VERB + FUN have We had a lot of fun at Mick's party. | spoil We won't let a bit of rain spoil our fun.

FUN + NOUN day She organized an annual fun day for local children.

PREP. for ~ I write for fun, not because I expect to make money. | in ~ She only said that in fun?please don't take it seriously!

PHRASES be no fun It's no fun getting up at 4 a.m. on a cold, rainy morning. | a bit of fun I was only having a bit of fun. | just for fun, just for the fun of it They took up motor racing just for the fun of it, rather than to win anything. | a sense of fun You have to have a sense of fun to be a good teacher.