Translation: from spanish

to have a happy ending

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  • happy */*/*/ — UK [ˈhæpɪ] / US adjective Word forms happy : adjective happy comparative happier superlative happiest Get it right: happy: Although the adjective happy ends in the letter y , the related noun happiness is spelled with an i (not a y ): Wrong:… …   English dictionary

  • ending — n. 1) a happy; sad; surprise ending (to have a happy ending) 2) (grammar) a feminine; grammatical; inflectional; masculine; neuter ending * * * [ endɪŋ] grammatical inflectional masculine neuter ending sad surprise ending (to have a happy ending) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • happy — hap|py W1S1 [ˈhæpi] adj comparative happier superlative happiest [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: hap chance, luck (13 20 centuries), from Old Norse happ] 1.) having feelings of pleasure, for example because something good has happened to you or you are …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ending — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ happy ▪ sad, tragic, unhappy ▪ bad, good ▪ dramatic ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • ending — end|ing [ˈendıŋ] n 1.) the way that a story, film, activity etc finishes happy/perfect/surprise etc ending ▪ a story with a happy ending ending to ▪ Cookies and coffee are the perfect ending to a meal. 2.) [U] when a process stops or is finished …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ending */*/ — UK [ˈendɪŋ] / US noun [countable] Word forms ending : singular ending plural endings 1) the way in which something such as a story, film, or play ends Children usually prefer books with a happy ending. 2) a time when something stops permanently… …   English dictionary

  • ending — end|ing [ endıŋ ] noun count ** 1. ) the way in which something such as a story, movie, or play ends: Children usually prefer books with a happy ending. 2. ) a time when something stops permanently: ending of: Officials have announced the ending… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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