playbarn

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

play +‎ barn

Noun[edit]

playbarn (plural playbarns)

  1. A building containing indoor play equipment for children, such as slides and ball pits.
    • 1978, The Municipal Year Book and Public Services Directory (page 1225)
      Public playing fields, playbarns and playgrounds have been provided throughout the town by the District Council.
    • 2012, Cathy Burgess, Money Matters for Hospitality Managers (page 6)
      Many modern pubs also include additional facilities such as entertainment or playbarns, to attract particular sectors of the market, or be themed (Irish bars, for instance).