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Translation of "please" - English-Spanish dictionary

please

exclamation   /pliːz/
A1 something that you say to be polite when you are asking for something por favor Could I have a coffee, please? Please may I use your phone?
yes, please
A1 used to accept something politely sí, por favor ‘Would you like a drink?’ ‘Oh yes, please.’
verb   /pliːz/ ( present participle pleasing, past tense and past participle pleased)
B1 to make someone happy contentar I only got married to please my parents.
(Definition of please from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

please

verb /pliːz/
to do what is wanted by (a person); to give pleasure or satisfaction to gustar, agradar You can’t please everyone all the time It pleases me to read poetry.
to choose, want, like placer, querer, dar la gana (coloquial) He does as he pleases.
pleased adjective
happy; satisfied contento, satisfecho Aren’t you pleased about moving house? She was pleased with the dress.
pleasing adjective
giving pleasure; attractive agradable a pleasing view.
pleasingly adverb
agradablemente
if you please
please por favor, haga el favor Come this way, if you please.
please yourself
do what you choose haz lo que quieras I don’t think you should go, but please yourself.
(Definition of please from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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