Definition of pally in English:

pally

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Pronunciation: /ˈpali
 
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adjective (pallier, palliest)

[predic.] informal
  • Having a close, friendly relationship: I see you’re getting quite pally with Carlos
    More example sentences
    • They preferred the pally familiarity of Kelly, with her thick fringe, boxy business suits, glasses and the voice that could saw wood.
    • Nearly two in five of women in a long-term relationship were happy to dance with a stranger while nearly a third said their friends were more than happy to get pally with groups of lads.
    • The two are as pally in real life as they are in the movie.
    Synonyms
    friendly, on good terms, close, familiar, affectionate, intimate
    informal as thick as thieves, thick, matey, buddy-buddy, palsy-walsy, chummy

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