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N-UNCOUNT 趣事;乐趣 You refer to an activity or situation as fun if you think it is pleasant and enjoyable and it causes you to feel happy.
This year promises to be terrifically good fun...
It was such a success and we had so much fun doing it...
N-UNCOUNT 有趣的人;好玩的人 If you say that someone is fun, you mean that you enjoy being with them because they say and do interesting or amusing things.
Liz was wonderful fun to be with.
ADJ-GRADED 令人愉快的;让人开心的;有趣的 If you describe something as a fun thing, you mean that you think it is enjoyable. If you describe someone as a fun person, you mean that you enjoy being with them.
It was a fun evening...
What a fun person he is!
PHRASE 荒唐可笑的人;引人嘲笑的人 Someone who is a figure of fun is considered ridiculous, so that people laugh at them or make jokes about them.
PHRASE 为了好玩 If you do something for fun or for the fun of it, you do it in order to enjoy yourself rather than because it is important or necessary.
I took my M. A. just for fun really...
He had just come for the fun of it.
PHRASE (尤指不负责任的)玩笑，嬉闹，恶作剧 You can refer to playful behaviour as fun and games, especially if you disapprove of it because you think it is irresponsible.
Police suspected that the boys, whose fun and games hurt a lot of people, were on drugs.
PHRASE 开玩笑地;闹着玩地 If you do something in fun, you do it as a joke or for amusement, without intending to cause any harm.
Don't say such things, even in fun.
PHRASE 取笑;戏弄;拿…开玩笑 If you make fun of someone or something or poke fun at them, you laugh at them, tease them, or make jokes about them in a way that causes them to seem ridiculous.
Don't make fun of me...
She poked fun at people's shortcomings.