English version

teasingly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishteasinglyteas‧ing‧ly /ˈtiːzɪŋli/ adverb  in a way that shows you are joking and trying to have fun by embarrassing someone in a friendly way
Examples from the Corpus
teasinglyKat Bjelland rather teasingly answered that she's never felt constrained by male domination - unwillingly.No, Alvin said teasingly, dance with me.When daddy teasingly takes the toy car away he, too, is getting between the child and his interest.
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