Definition of go on one's merry way in English:

go on one's merry way

informal Carry on with a course of action regardless of the consequences: now you’re here, are you thinking of staying, or are you going to go off again on your merry way?
More example sentences
  • Too shocked to complain, the pair went on their merry way.
  • So we went on our merry way, stopping at Bangkok City Hall, and a tiny temple with a lucky fat Buddha.
  • I bought an iced latte and a yummy vanilla caramel stick thing at Starbucks, browsed the magazines (didn't find Cloth, Paper, Scissors mag) and went on my merry way.
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