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Translation of "pleasure" - English-Turkish dictionary

pleasure

noun     /ˈpleʒər/
HAPPINESS [U]
B1 a feeling of happiness or enjoyment zevk, haz, sevinç, mutluluk 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 Pleasure and happiness
ENJOYABLE EXPERIENCE [C, U]
B1 an enjoyable activity or experience zevk, sevinç, keyif Food is one of life's great pleasures. I once had the pleasure of sharing a taxi with her.Pleasure and happiness
NOT WORK [U]
If you do something for pleasure, you do it because you enjoy it and not because it is your job. zevkine yapılan, keyif alınan şey, zevk reading for pleasure Pleasure and happiness
It's a pleasure.; My pleasure.
a polite way of replying to someone who has thanked you Rica ederim!', 'Benim için bir zevkti!', 'Her zaman!', 'Bir şey değil!' "Thank you for a wonderful evening." "My pleasure."InterjectionsSounds used as interjections
(Definition of pleasure from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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