Fun - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |fʌn|  American pronunciation of the word fun
Brit.  |fʌn|  British pronunciation of the word fun
- activities that are enjoyable or amusing (syn: merriment, playfulness)
I do it for the fun of it
he is fun to have around
- verbal wit or mockery (often at another's expense but not to be taken seriously) (syn: play, sport)
he became a figure of fun
- violent and excited activity
she asked for money and then the fun began
- a disposition to find (or make) causes for amusement (syn: playfulness)
he was fun to be with


I can't remember when I've had so much fun.

Sickness takes all the fun out of life.

He's just funning with you.

...just a couple of old friends funning with each other...

Our vacation was a fun time.

She's a fun person to be with.

The park is a fun place to visit.

We had a fun time at the movie.

He is great fun.

There's plenty of fun for all the family.

The children were having so much fun, I hated to call them inside.

Why don't you come with us? It'll be great fun.

Basketball games are a lot of fun to watch.

It was a little bit of harmless fun, that's all.

Snowboarding - that sounds like fun.

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