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Translation of "happy" - English-Spanish dictionary

happy

adjective   /ˈhæp·i/ ( comparative happier, superlative happiest)
A1 pleased and in a good mood, especially because something good has happened feliz, contento She looked really happy. →  Opposite unhappy
happy birthday, New Year, etc.
A1 something friendly that you say to someone on a special day or holiday feliz cumpleaños, Año Nuevo, etc.
A2 satisfied and not worried contento, satisfecho Are you happy with your exam results?
happy to do something
A2 to be willing to do something encantado de hacer algo I’d be very happy to help if you need a hand.
(Definition of happy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

happy

adjective /ˈhӕpi/ ( comparative happier, superlative happiest)
having or showing a feeling of pleasure or contentment feliz, alegre, dichoso a happy smile I feel happy today.
willing contento I’d be happy to help you.
lucky feliz By a happy chance I have the key with me.
happiness noun
felicidad, alegría, dicha Her new husband had brought happiness into her life.
happily adverb
felizmente, alegremente, dichosamente The child smiled happily Happily, (= Fortunately,) she arrived home safely.
happy-go-lucky adjective
not worrying about what might happen despreocupado, viva la virgen He’s a cheerful and happy-go-lucky man.
happy medium noun
a sensible middle course between two extreme positions término medio The band’s success is based on finding a happy medium between jazz and blues styles.
(Definition of happy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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