Definition of pally in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈpali

adjective (pallier, palliest)

[predicative] informal
Having a close, friendly relationship: I see you’re getting quite pally with Carlos
More example sentences
  • They preferred the pally familiarity of Kelly, with her thick fringe, boxy business suits, glasses and the voice that could saw wood.
  • Nearly two in five of women in a long-term relationship were happy to dance with a stranger while nearly a third said their friends were more than happy to get pally with groups of lads.
  • The two are as pally in real life as they are in the movie.
friendly, on good terms, close, familiar, affectionate, intimate
informal as thick as thieves, thick, matey, buddy-buddy, palsy-walsy, chummy

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