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heartily

Pronunciation: /ˈhɑːrtli; ˈhɑːtɪli/

Translation of heartily in Spanish:

adverb/adverbio

  • 1.1 (warmly) [congratulate/greet] efusivamente 1.2 (with enthusiasm) [laugh/eat] con ganas
    Example sentences
    • He laughed heartily as he kissed her and she eagerly returned his passion.
    • He threw back his head and laughed heartily, for his appetite for football gossip matched his encyclopedic knowledge on the game itself.
    • I found myself chuckling over that, and then laughing heartily.
    1.3 (totally) I heartily agree estoy totalmente or completamente de acuerdo I'm heartily sick of the whole thing [colloquial/familiar] estoy hasta la coronilla or hasta las narices de todo el asunto [colloquial/familiar]

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