playful

playful(
pley
-
fuhl
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (fond of playing)
a. juguetón
We adopted a very playful puppy.Adoptamos un perrito muy juguetón.
2. (cheerful)
a. divertido
The first grade teacher gives her classes in a playful manner.La maestra de primer año da sus clases de una manera divertida.
3. (humorous)
a. en broma
Not everyone understood that it was just a playful comment.No todos entendieron que fue solo un comentario en broma.
b. de broma
He said it in a playful tone of voice.Lo dijo en tono de broma.
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playful
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (person, animal, mood)
a. juguetón(ona)
2. (remark)
a. de or en broma
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playful [ˈpleɪfʊl]
adjective
[+person] juguetón; [+mood] alegre; [+remark] dicho en broma; festivo;
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