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merry US English

Cheerful and lively

play hell in hell US English

Make a fuss; create havoc

make merry in merry US English

Enjoy oneself with others, especially by dancing and drinking

make merry US English

Enjoy oneself with others, especially by dancing and drinking

merry andrew US English

A person who entertains others by means of comic antics; a clown

merry-go-round US English

A revolving machine with model horses or other animals on which people ride for amusement

merry as a grig in grig US English

Full of fun; extravagantly lively

merry as a grig US English

Full of fun; extravagantly lively

play hell US English

Make a fuss; create havoc

lead someone a dance in dance US English

Cause someone a great deal of trouble or worry

go on one's merry way in merry US English

Carry on with a course of action regardless of the consequences

go on one's merry way US English

Carry on with a course of action regardless of the consequences

merryman US English

A jester

lead someone a dance US English

Cause someone a great deal of trouble or worry

merrymaking US English

The process of enjoying oneself with others, especially by dancing and drinking

merry US Thesaurus

merry throngs of students

merry English-Spanish

alegre

merry-go-round English-Spanish

carrusel m, tiovivo mEsp, calesita fPer, RPl

merry Christmas! in merry English-Spanish

¡feliz Navidad!, ¡felices Pascuas!

to lead sb a merry dance in dance English-Spanish

darle* quebraderos de cabeza a algn

merry oBrE also happy Christmas! in Christmas English-Spanish

¡Feliz Navidad!, ¡Felices Pascuas!

to raise hell oBrE also merry hell in hell English-Spanish

armar un buen lío, montar un número, armar jarana

eat, drink and be merry (for tomorrow we die) in eat English-Spanish

a beber y a tragar (que el mundo se va a acabar)

he called to wish me (a) happy birthday/(a) merry Christmas in wish English-Spanish

me llamó para desearme feliz cumpleaños/feliz Navidad