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merry British & World English

Cheerful and lively

make merry British & World English

Enjoy oneself with others by dancing and drinking

merry andrew British & World English

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

merry-go-round British & World English

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

merry as a grig British & World English

Full of fun; very lively

make merry in merry British & World English

Enjoy oneself with others by dancing and drinking

go on one's merry way British & World English

Carry on with a course of action regardless of the consequences

merry as a grig in grig British & World English

Full of fun; very lively

lead someone a dance in dance British & World English

Cause someone a great deal of trouble or worry

go on one's merry way in merry British & World English

Carry on with a course of action regardless of the consequences

lead someone a dance British & World English

Cause someone a great deal of trouble or worry

merry English Thesaurus

the narrow streets were dense with merry throngs of students

merry English-Spanish

alegre

merry-go-round English-Spanish

carrusel masculine, tiovivo masculineSpain/España, calesita femininePeru/PerúRiver Plate area/Río de la Plata

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

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