Definition of playscape in US English:

playscape

noun

US
  • A designed and integrated set of playground equipment, often made of wood.

    • ‘The project will include a clubhouse, pool, fitness center, car detailing center, covered parking, playscape and jogging trails, according to engineering plans.’
    • ‘Though it has been banned or restricted by nine other countries, many major retailers in the U.S. still sell it in playscapes and picnic tables.’
    • ‘The development is designed as eight condo buildings and a clubhouse, pool, fitness center, car detailing center, covered parking, playscape and jogging trails.’
    • ‘But now she didn't have them, and she didn't want to cut herself on one of the sharp, rusty rivets poking out of the wooden framework of the playscape - the risk of tetanus was too large.’

Pronunciation

playscape

/ˈplāˌskāp/