listen to the pronunciation of merry
Englisch - Türkisch
{s} şen
{s} mutlu

Günaydın efendim! Size Mutlu Noeller! - Good morning, sir! A merry Christmas to you!

Ben sadece sana mutlu bir Noel dilemek istiyorum. - I just want to wish you a merry Christmas.

{s} neşeli

O, neşeli bir arkadaştır. - He is a merry fellow.

Eğer eğerler ve fakatlar şekerleme ve çerez olsalar, hepimiz neşeli bir Noel yaparız. - If ifs and buts were candy and nuts, we'd all have a merry Christmas.

{s} keyifli
{s} neşe verici
kafası kıyak
güler yüzlü
(İİ) çakırkeyif
merrily neşeyle
make merry cümbüş yapmak
merriness neşe
merry go round
Merry Christmas
noelliniz kutlu olsun
Merry Christmas
(isim) noeliniz kutlu olsun, mutlu noeller, İyi noeller
Merry Christmas
mutlu noeller

Mutlu Noeller ve Mutlu bir Yeni Yıl. - Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Hepinize Mutlu Noeller ve mutlu bir yeni yıl diliyorum. - I wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy new year.

merry andrew
merry andrew
merry go round
atlı karınca
merry Christmas
iyi Noeller

Atlıkarınca saat dönüşü yönünde döner. - The merry-go-round rotates clockwise.

Merry Christmas
İyi noeller
merry men
neşeli adam
merry andrew
(isim) soytarı
merry andrew
{i} soytarı
wish merry holiday
wish merry holiday
as merry as a cricket
bir kriket gibi şen olarak
be in a merry pin
neşeli bir iğne olmak
cheerful, merry, convivial, jolly
Neşeli, keyifli, neşeli neşeli
cheerful; sprightly; lively; merry
neşeli, şen şakrak, canlı, neşeli
lead sb a merry, pretty dance
başına çorap örmek
make merry
make merry over st.
yapmak st üzerinde neşeli
Merry Christmas
ıyi noeller
make merry
(Fiili Deyim ) eğlenmek , alem yapmak
make merry
cümbüş yapmak
make merry over
make merry over
dalga geçmek
make merry over
alay etmek

Kuşlar ağaçlarda neşeyle ötüyorlar. - Little birds are singing merrily in the trees.

Jim neşeyle ıslık çalarak arabasını sürdü. - Jim drove his car, whistling merrily.

z. neşeyle
mutlu olarak
Englisch - Englisch
A female given name from the adjective, also a diminutive of Mary and Mercy
A surname. Originally a nickname for a merry person
happy or showing enjoyment

The play moved along at a merry pace.

Jolly and full of high-spirits

We had a very merry Christmas.

Festive and full of fun and laughter

Everyone was merry at the party.

{a} cheerful, laughing, jovial, successful
If you describe someone's character or behaviour as merry, you mean that they are happy and cheerful. From the house come the bursts of merry laughter = jolly + merrily mer·ri·ly Chris threw back his head and laughed merrily
A kind of wild red cherry
formulae Just before Christmas and on Christmas Day, people say `Merry Christmas' to other people to express the hope that they will have a happy time. Merry Christmas, everyone I just wanted to wish you a merry Christmas
emphasis Some people use merry to emphasize something that they are saying, often when they want to express disapproval or humour. It hasn't stopped the British Navy proceeding on its merry way see also merrily
Cheerful; joyous; not sad; happy
If you get merry, you get slightly drunk. They went off to Glengarriff to get merry. = tipsy
{s} happy, glad, joyful, cheerful, festive
Laughingly gay; overflowing with good humor and good spirits; jovial; inclined to laughter or play ; sportive
quick and energetic; "a brisk walk in the park"; "a lively gait"; "a merry chase"; "traveling at a rattling rate"; "a snappy pace"; "a spanking breeze"
full of or showing high-spirited merriment; "when hearts were young and gay"; "a poet could not but be gay, in such a jocund company"- Wordsworth; "the jolly crowd at the reunion"; "jolly old Saint Nick"; "a jovial old gentleman"; "have a merry Christmas"; "peals of merry laughter"; "a mirthful laugh"
offering fun and gaiety; "a gala ball after the inauguration"; "a festive (or festal) occasion"; "gay and exciting night life"; "a merry evening"
to play merry hell: see hell
Causing laughter, mirth, gladness, or delight; as, a merry jest
Merry Andrew
A person who clowns publicly; a buffoon; an entertainer's assistant

Instead, therefore, of answering my landlady, the puppet-show man ran out to punish his Merry-Andrew.

Merry Andrews
plural form of Merry Andrew
Merry Christmas
Used to express good wishes on or before Christmas Day

Have a merry Christmas, Jack. / Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
A traditional greeting for the Christmas and the new year
Merry Widow
a strapless corset or bustier
merry cocker
A cocker spaniel

Again, the merry cocker is coming back.

merry cockers
plural form of merry cocker
merry dance
A useless waste of time resulting from a deception

The children led us on a merry dance with their stories of strangers and shadows in the night.

merry dances
plural form of merry dance
merry widow
A strapless corset with long garters and half cups for the breasts
merry widows
plural form of merry widow
Alternative spelling of Merry Andrew.; clown; buffoon
a piece of playground equipment in the style of a merry-go-round
carousel; a pleasure ride consisting of a slowly revolving circular platform affixed with various types of seats, frequently horses or other animals, typically found at fairs and amusement parks
A dead-end search
An experience that elicits feelings of both joy and sorrow
{n} a buffoon, one who plays tricks
Merry Christmas
have a happy Christmas, I wish you an enjoyable Christmas holiday
Merry England
Merrie England England in the past, before the period when industry developed and large cities grew up. People sometimes imagine that life at that time was pleasant and simple, with lots of singing, dancing, and enjoyment
Merry Men
the followers of Robin Hood, in old English stories
Merry Monarch
a nickname for the British King Charles II who was famous for enjoying himself and having many lovers
Merry Wives of Windsor
a humorous play by William Shakespeare in which the character Falstaff appears
Merry Xmas
{ü} Merry Christmas, I wish you a happy Christmas holiday
merry andrew
{i} person who clowns around in public; person who amuses others by behaving in a ridiculous manner
merry go round
carousel, children's ride that goes round and round
merry widow
A short strapless corset with half cups for the breasts and long garters
merry widow
{i} short corset without straps having half cups for the breasts and long garters
a never-ending cycle of activities and events (especially when they seem to have little purpose); "if we lose the election the whole legislative merry-go-round will have to start over
A merry-go-round is a large circular platform at a fairground on which there are model animals or vehicles for people to sit on or in as it turns round
You can refer to a continuous series of activities as a merry-go-round. a merry-go-round of teas, fetes, musical events and the like
Merry-making is the activities of people who are enjoying themselves together in a lively way, for example by eating, drinking, or dancing. a time of merry-making, feasting and visiting friends
made merry
Simple past tense and past participle of make merry
make merry
To enjoy oneself in a jolly and festive manner
makes merry
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of make merry
making merry
Present participle of make merry
{a} cheerfully, jovially, gaily, briskly
{n} cheerfulness, gaity
God Rest You Merry Gentlemen
a religious carol (=traditional song) sung at Christmas
as merry as a cricket
very happy, very cheerful
in a merry pin
in a good mood, cheerful
More merry
superlative of merry
disapproval If you say that someone merrily does something, you are critical of the fact that they do it without realizing that there are a lot of problems which they have not thought about. There they were, merrily describing their 16-hour working days while simultaneously claiming to be happily married = blithely
See Mirth, and Merry
If you say that something is happening merrily, you mean that it is happening fairly quickly, and in a pleasant or satisfactory way. The ferry cut merrily through the water see also merry
In a merry manner; with mirth; with gayety and laughter; jovially
in a joyous manner; "they shouted happily"
In a cheerful or merry manner
happily, joyfully, gladly; festively
{i} happiness, gladness, cheerfulness
The property of being merry
The quality or state of being merry; merriment; mirth; gayety, with laughter
the trait of merry joking