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joy

noun /dʒoi/
great happiness
alegría, júbilo
The children jumped for joy when they saw the new toys.
a cause of great happiness
deleite
Their son is a great joy to them.
joyful adjective filled with, showing or causing joy
feliz
a joyful mood joyful news.
joyfully adverb
felizmente
joyfulness noun
alegría
joyless adjective without any happiness
sin alegría, triste
a joyless childhood/existence/marriage.
joylessly adverb
sin alegría, tristemente
joyous adjective joyful
alegre, feliz
a joyous occasion.
joyously adverb
felizmente
joystick noun an upright stick that controls the movement of an object on the screen when playing a computer game.
palanca de juego
an upright stick which a pilot uses to control the direction or height of an aircraft.
palanca de mano
(Definition of joy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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