Definición de merry en inglés:

merry

Saltos de línea: merry
Pronunciación: /ˈmɛri
 
/

adjetivo (merrier, merriest)

Frases

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?
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • 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.

lead someone a merry dance

see dance.

make merry

Enjoy oneself with others by dancing and drinking: back at the hotel, he’s urging on his supporters to make merry
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He enjoys life to the extreme; he drinks and makes merry with his wide circle of friends.
  • While as a Christian, I am supposed to mourn his death and get myself to church, instead I was at a reunion party indulging in food, drinks and basically making merry.
  • After a day of eating, drinking and making merry, round off with some words of wisdom from our favourite family.
Sinónimos
have fun, have a good time, enjoy oneself, have a party, party, celebrate, carouse, feast, {eat, drink, and be merry}, revel, roister, rejoice, go on a spree
informal have a ball, make whoopee
dated spree

the more the merrier

The more people or things there are, the better a situation will be: partners in such projects should come from at least two member states (but the more, the merrier)
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He said: ‘I would invite anyone who has an interest in getting fit and playing this exciting and easy to learn sport to come along the more the merrier!’
  • ‘It's difficult to operate with anything less than 10 or 12 so we are looking for eight or 10 new members this winter, but the more the merrier,’ he said.
  • It's raising money for Cancer Research and the Army Benevolent Fund so hopefully we will get a few there - the more the merrier!

play merry hell with

see hell.

Derivativos

merriness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The walk on the way home was filled with merriness and contentment.
  • The merriness of religious celebrations makes them contagious among the pious and not-so-pious - and so should it be with the joy that welcomes the post-fasting holiday, Idul Fitri.
  • The laughing merriness of the tune became more brutal, building to an orgasmic climax as Fisendon unleashed his signature jazz/thrash drumming.

Origen

Old English myrige 'pleasing, delightful', of Germanic origin; related to mirth.

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