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  • noun
    plural -cuses
    [count] a traveling show that is often performed in a tent and that typically includes trained animals, clowns, acrobats, etc.
    He worked for a small circus.
    We're going to the circus.
    She always wanted to join the circus. [=to become a performer in a circus] - often used before another noun
    informal :a situation or event that is very busy, lively, and confusing and that attracts a lot of attention - usually singular
    The town meeting quickly became a circus.
    The trial has become a media circus. - see also three-ring circus
    Brit :a circular area where several streets meet - usually used in proper names
    Piccadilly Circus in London
    a large outdoor theater in ancient Rome where shows and sports events were held
    the Circus Maximus