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Spanish translation of “gay”

gay

adjective /ɡei/
homosexual gay liberation gay rights. (old-fashioned) happy or making people happy
alegre
The children were gay and cheerful gay music.
bright
alegre, vivo, vistoso
gay colours/colors.
gaily adverb
alegremente; vistosamente
a gaily decorated room.
gaiety /ˈɡeiəti/ noun (old-fashioned) (an occasion of) fun or happiness
animación
They joined in the gaiety.
(old-fashioned) the state of being gay
alegría, regocijo
the gaiety of the music.
(Definition of gay from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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