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good-time

adj
(of a person) wildly seeking pleasure
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Adj.1.good-time - occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company; "a convivial atmosphere at the reunion"; "a woman of convivial nature"; "he was a real good-time Charlie"
sociable - inclined to or conducive to companionship with others; "a sociable occasion"; "enjoyed a sociable chat"; "a sociable conversation"; "Americans are sociable and gregarious"
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Translations

good-time

[ˈgʊdˌtaɪm] adj a good-time girluna ragazza che non pensa ad altro che a divertirsi
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