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gleenoun [U]

uk   us   /ɡliː/
happiness, excitement, or pleasure: She opened her presents with glee.
gleeful
adjective uk   us   /-fəl/
a gleeful smile/shout
gleefully
adverb uk   us   /-fəl.i/
She talks gleefully about her adventures.
Translations of “glee”
in Arabic بَهْجة, غِبْطة…
in Korean 신나는 기분…
in Malaysian keseronokan…
in French joie…
in Turkish başkalarının kötü şansı veya iyi şansından dolayı duyulan büyük mutluluk, sevinç…
in Italian gioia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 快樂, 興奮, 高興…
in Russian ликование…
in Polish radość…
in Vietnamese niềm vui sướng…
in Spanish júbilo, alegría, regocijo…
in Portuguese euforia…
in Thai ความปิติยินดี…
in German die Fröhlichkeit…
in Catalan alegria…
in Japanese 歓喜…
in Indonesian kegembiraan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 快乐, 兴奋, 高兴…
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