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Spanish translation of “glad”

glad

adjective /ɡlӕd/
pleased or happy
feliz, alegre, contento
I’m very glad that you are here the glad smiles of the children.
gladden verb to make glad
alegrar, regocijar
The news gladdened her.
gladly adverb
con placer
I’d gladly help, but I have too many other things to do.
gladness noun
alegría, felicidad
Henry’s success filled her heart with gladness.
glad rags noun plural (informal, old-fashioned) a person’s best clothes, worn for special occasions
ropa de fiesta
I’ll get my glad rags on for the party.
(Definition of glad from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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