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playful Saltos de línea: play|ful
Pronunciación: /ˈpleɪfʊl/
/ˈpleɪf(ə)l/

Definición de playful en inglés:

adjetivo

1Fond of games and amusement; light-hearted: a playful tomboy who loves to dress up
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They were, however, playful; their main game was to run beak to tail round a tree in a circle.
  • The two began rolling around the on the floor, giggles and laughter escaping their lips as the playful game continued.
  • The conversation with your spouse turns very lighthearted and playful as you discuss the events of the day.
Sinónimos
frisky, jolly, fun-loving, lively, full of fun, high-spirited, spirited, in high spirits, exuberant, perky, skittish, coltish, kittenish;
mischievous, impish, devilish, puckish, roguish, rascally, tricksy, prankish
informalfull of beans, frolicky
datedgay
rareludic
light-hearted, in fun, in jest, joking, jokey, teasing, humorous, jocular, jesting, good-natured, tongue-in-cheek, facetious, frivolous, flippant, arch, waggish, flirtatious, whimsical
rarejocose
1.1Intended for one’s own or others' amusement rather than seriously: he gave me a playful punch on the arm
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • However the whole album is rather playful and inoffensive.
  • It might stem from living life in a playful manner, rather than taking it all too seriously (but that is only a guess).
  • Remain light and playful rather than heavy and serious in personal or professional situations.
1.2Giving or expressing pleasure and amusement: the ballet accents the playful use of movement
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Completely useless, then, these objects are meant to be playful and to generate pleasure.
  • The logo has a light titanium outside and a dynamic, playful, vibrant inside, animating through the whole spectrum of colour.
  • One was calm, one vivacious, the other playful and sprightly - all lost in their own world of innocence.

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