English translation of 'alegre'
1. (jovial) cheerful
2. (contente) happy, glad
3. (cores) bright
4. (embriagado) merry, tight
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'alegre' in Other Languages
British English: jolly /ˈdʒɒlɪ/ ADJECTIVE
A jolly person is happy and cheerful.
She was a jolly, kindhearted woman.
- American English: jolly
- Arabic: فَرِحٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: alegre
- Chinese: 欢乐的
- Croatian: veseo
- Czech: veselý
- Danish: glad
- Dutch: plezierig
- European Spanish: jovial
- Finnish: iloinen
- French: gai
- German: fröhlich
- Greek: πρόσχαρος
- Italian: allegro
- Japanese: 陽気な
- Korean: 명랑한
- Norwegian: munter
- Polish: wesoły
- European Portuguese: alegre
- Romanian: vesel
- Russian: веселый
- Spanish: jovial
- Swedish: glad
- Thai: รื่นเริง
- Turkish: keyifli
- Ukrainian: веселий
- Vietnamese: vui vẻ
British English: gleeful ADJECTIVE
Someone who is gleeful is happy and excited, often because of someone else's bad luck.
He took an almost gleeful delight in showing how wrong they can be.
British English: joyful ADJECTIVE
Something that is joyful causes happiness and pleasure.
Giving birth to a child is both painful and joyful.
British English: joyous ADJECTIVE
Joyous means extremely happy.
She had made their childhood so joyous and carefree.
British English: light-hearted ADJECTIVE
Someone who is light-hearted is cheerful and happy.
They were light-hearted and prepared to enjoy life.
Translation of alegre from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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