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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (joyful)
a. festivo
Our neighborhood is always so festive at Christmas because all the neighbors put up lights.Nuestro vecindario siempre se ve muy festivo durante las navidades porque todos los vecinos adornan sus casas con luces.
We had a festive weekend with the family at the carnival.Pasamos un fin de semana festivo con la familia en la feria.
b. alegre
It's a festive town where people can be seen dancing every evening with their families.Es un pueblo alegre donde se ve la gente bailando todas las noches con sus familias.
2. (related to parties)
a. festivo
The table looks very festive with the multicolored decorations and streamers. It'll be a great party.La mesa se ve muy festiva con las decoraciones y las serpentinas multicolores. Será una gran fiesta.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. festivo(a)
in festive moodcon ganas de fiesta
the festive seasonla época navideña
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festive [ˈfestɪv]
(gen) festivo; (happy) alegre
in (a) festive mood muy alegre; the festive season las Navidades
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