English to Galician Meaning :: jocular

Jocular :
- jocosojocosojocosidadejocularly
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Adjective(1) characterized by jokes and good humor
Adverb(1) with humor

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(1) For one significant reason, the jocular Thomson can afford not to be too downbeat about the Fifers' 8-1 mauling on their own patch last month.(2) Jack was blessed with a sunny, jocular disposition and was never rushed, making time for everyone.(3) While jocular and jovial most of the time, these two titans can grow a bit wearisome with their constant credit taking.(4) They show no signs of mistreatment and even have a jocular relationship with the two guards.(5) And the president's habit of roughing people up with jocular derision doesn't work as well when the trappings of power aren't all around him.(6) The discussion was fast paced and jocular , with nearly all of the jokes at the expense of IMX's desperate competitors.(7) It takes talent to transform a joke into a jocular jewel and the cast of the Mad Mission movies succeeds time and time again.(8) You'll be splenetic and over-heated and I'll be jocular and whimsical.(9) This was his rather jocular response at the time.(10) Like many a fond father he was relaxed, expansive and jocular .(11) Like previous national meetings, the NAS conference proceeded in a mostly serious, yet occasionally jocular mood.(12) Harmless jokes or jocular winking at the workplace can lead to activation of such guidelines.(13) In a jocular vein he speaks about the raw deal meted out to directors by certain half-baked specialists ÔÇÿwho speak authoritativelyÔÇÖ about cinema.(14) Before departing on my jocular journey, I needed to know a little more about the ÔÇÿLand of Blizzards, Bugs & BeerÔÇÖ.(15) Dublin had just demolished Donegal and he was in particularly jocular mood.(16) Two terribly eager young men were dueling with megaphones, exchanging jocular insults across the concourse.
1. humorous ::
2. funny ::
3. witty ::
4. comic ::
5. comical ::
6. amusing ::
7. droll ::
8. waggish ::
9. jokey ::
10. hilarious ::
11. facetious ::
12. tongue-in-cheek ::
14. playful ::
15. lighthearted ::
16. jovial ::
17. cheerful ::
18. cheery ::
19. merry ::
20. jocose ::
21. ludic ::
Different Forms
jocular, jocularity, jocularly
English to Galician Dictionary: jocular

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