matiness


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matiness

[ˈmeɪtɪnɪs] N [of person] → afabilidad f, simpatía f; [of gathering] → ambiente m informal, carácter m familiar
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"All of our students have worked so hard, their work ethic is phenomenal, they really have put together the most incredible, entertaining piece of theatre - I couldn't be more proud!" Chicago runs at Loughborough Town Hall with performances at 7pm from Thursday to Sunday, June 27-30, and two matiness at 3pm on Saturday and Sunday.
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If you can afford it, the 1.4 Sport makes life easier on motorways, but you'll get the greatest pleasure from the 500's cheeky matiness.
It instantly moved negotiations onto a new plane of matiness that did little to improve the offer, but made me more inclined to accept it.
A lot of matiness going on is not what gets the best out of teams."
For a start, I suggest that immigrants wanting to see the British at home should be sent on pub crawls to study social inter-action and to greasy spoon cafes (bacon and pork sausage optional) to observe British matiness.