- 1 (cheerfully) [laugh/wave/dance] alegremente she was gaily dressed llevaba una ropa muy alegreMore example sentences
- Behind them trails the Jumbo Queen, feted by her weighty ladies-in-waiting, waving gaily at the crowd.
- One early morning at an elementary school bus stop, I gaily waved at the visible faces of our future leaders and innovators, children whose dreams and innocence were yet unscathed by disappointment or grim reality.
- I'm flying past cosy cottages with daffodils waving gaily as I zip by.
- 2 (unconcernedly, blithely) [admit/concede] como si tal (cosa) she gaily went on doing it siguió haciéndolo como si tal (cosa), siguió haciéndolo tan contenta or [colloquial/familiar] tan olímpicaMore example sentences
- We have skipped gaily down the yellow brick road towards 50% participation, without ever asking whether it is a good thing for half the population to possess a university degree.
- But why is it some people are the soul of sobriety and never suffer the next day with a hangover, while others can't help behaving badly when the wine is flowing and gaily fling all their inhibitions into the file marked B for bin?
- So you won't be hearing from me until then - assuming that I make it out alive and without that cow disease people caught at Glastonbury after gaily flinging wet dirt at each other for the festival's duration.
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In Spain, a privately owned school that receives no government funds is called a colegio privado. Parents pay monthly fees. Colegios privados cover all stages of primary and secondary education.