pally

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pal·ly

 (păl′ē)
adj. pal·li·er, pal·li·est Informal
Friendly; chummy.

pally

(ˈpælɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
informal on friendly or familiar terms

pal•ly

(ˈpæl i)

adj. -li•er, -li•est.
Informal. friendly; chummy.
[1890–95]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.pally - (used colloquially) having the relationship of friends or palspally - (used colloquially) having the relationship of friends or pals
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
friendly - characteristic of or befitting a friend; "friendly advice"; "a friendly neighborhood"; "the only friendly person here"; "a friendly host and hostess"

pally

adjective (Informal) friendly, intimate, close, familiar, affectionate, chummy (informal), buddy-buddy (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.), thick as thieves (informal), palsy-walsy (informal) Those two seem to be getting very pally.
Translations
وُدّي، صَديق
kamarádský
kammeratlig
haverkodó
vinalegur
kamarátsky

pally

[ˈpælɪ] ADJ (pallier (compar) (palliest (superl))) to be pally with sbser muy amigo de algn
they're very pallyson muy amigos

pally

[ˈpæli] adjcopain(copine)
to be pally with sb → être copain or copine avec qn

pally

adj (+er) (Brit inf) they’re very pallysie sind dicke Freunde (inf); to be pally with somebodymit jdm gut Freund sein; to get pally with somebodysich mit jdm anfreunden; he immediately tried to get pally with the bosser versuchte sofort, sich beim Chef anzubiedern

pally

[ˈpælɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (fam) to be pally with sbessere molto amico (or amica) di qn

pal

(pӕl) noun
an informal word for a friend. My son brought a pal home for tea.
ˈpally adjective
friendly. They've become very pally.
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The sailor, who is referred to almost exclusively as "Loudmouth," had been "throwing his weight about and holding dominion over several tables, telling his listeners of all the places he had been to in the world, each anecdote pointing to the fact that he was a champion boozer and the palliest bloke in the pub" (p.