Bedeutung von “pleasure” — Learner’s Dictionary

pleasure

noun us uk /ˈpleʒər/
I derive great pleasure from gardening.It gives me vicarious pleasure to watch him eat.I take great pleasure in cooking.Sewing is something I do out of necessity, not for pleasure.The pleasure of not having to work soon began to pall.
HAPPINESS [ U ]

B1 a feeling of happiness or enjoyment:

His visits used to give / us such pleasure.
She seemed to take pleasure in (= enjoy) humiliating people.
It gives me great pleasure to introduce our next guest.
→ Opposite displeasure
ENJOYABLE EXPERIENCE [ C, U ]

B1 an enjoyable activity or experience:

Food is one of life's great pleasures.
It was a pleasure to do business with you.
I once had the pleasure of sharing a taxi with her.
NOT WORK [ U ]

If you do something for pleasure, you do it because you enjoy it and not because it is your job:

reading for pleasure
I never mix business and pleasure.
It's a pleasure.; My pleasure.

a polite way of replying to someone who has thanked you:

"Thank you for a wonderful evening." "My pleasure."

(Definition von “pleasure” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)