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good-humoured

adjective uk   /ˌɡʊdˈhjuː.məd/ us    /-mɚd/
friendly or in a good mood: a good-humoured remark The walkers were good-humoured despite the bad weather.
Translations of “good-humoured”
in Chinese (Traditional) 友好的, 和善的, 愉快的…
in Russian добродушный…
in Turkish neşeli, şen, candan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 友好的, 和善的, 愉快的…
in Polish pogodny, dobroduszny…
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