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gladly

adverb uk   us   /ˈɡlæd.li/
willingly or happily: I'd gladly meet her, but I'm on holiday that week.
Translations of “gladly”
in Korean 기쁘게…
in Arabic بِسُرور…
in Portuguese com boa vontade, de bom grado…
in Catalan amb molt de gust…
in Japanese 喜んで…
in Italian volentieri…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樂意地,情願地, 高興地,欣然…
in Russian охотно, с радостью…
in Turkish memnuniyetle, hay hay…
in Chinese (Simplified) 乐意地,情愿地, 高兴地,欣然…
in Polish chętnie…
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