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Another word for playground

      1. The conditions or circumstances in which competition takes place:
      2. A basis for competition or negotiation: usually characterized according to its relative fairness to both parties
      3. A field for games such as football and soccer, especially when marked according to specified dimensions according to the game's rules.
      1. A position in an automatic transmission that disengages the gears and sets the brake so the vehicle cannot move:
      2. An area in or near a town designed and usually zoned for a certain purpose:
      3. (Sports) A stadium or an enclosed playing field:
      1. A tract of ground, often enclosed, used for a specific business or activity.
      2. The space or grounds surrounding or surrounded by a building or group of buildings
      3. A baseball park.
      1. A usually colorless, crystalline mineral consisting of pure carbon, with nearly perfect cleavage and the greatest hardness of any substance: unflawed, transparent stones are cut into gems of great brilliance, and less perfect forms are used for cutting tools, abrasives, etc.
      2. A gem or other piece cut from this mineral
      3. A piece of jewelry containing such a gemstone.
      1. A metal structure high above the stage of a theater, from which ropes or cables are strung to scenery and lights.
      2. A framework of metal bars or wires on which to broil meat or fish; grill
      3. A flat framework of parallel metal bars used for broiling meat or fish.
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