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merry

adjective   /ˈmer·i/ ( comparative merrier, superlative merriest)
happy feliz, alegre Merry Christmas!
merrily adverb /ˈmer·ɪ·li/
alegremente
merriness noun [no plural] /ˈmer·i·nəs/
alegría
(Definition of merry from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

merry

adjective /ˈmeri/ ( comparative merrier, superlative merriest)
cheerful; noisily or laughingly lively etc alegre merry children a merry party.
slightly drunk alegre, achispado He’s been getting merry on whisky.
merrily adverb
alegremente The children were singing merrily.
merriness noun
alegría, jovialidad
merriment noun
fun and laughter alegría, regocijo There was a great deal of merriment at the party.
merry-go-round noun
a revolving ring of toy horses etc on which children ride at a fair; carousel(American) tiovivo
merrymaking noun
cheerful celebration fiesta, celebración all the merrymaking at Christmas.
merrymaker noun
juerguista
(Definition of merry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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