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    Merry-go-round expression meaning?

    Good morning Teachers

    I've a doubt about this expression: "merry-go-round". What does it mean?

    "British model Kate Moss walked in the girlie, merry-go-round themed Louis Vuitton show."

    I'd appreciate your help.

    Thank you


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    Re: Merry-go-round expression meaning?

    Welcome to the forum, Mara , and congratulations for giving your question such a great title from day one. Some seasoned posters never seem to get the hang of this skill.

    A merry-go-round is the BE expression for you might know better as a carousel (click on the link for images of same).


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