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pleasedadjective

uk   us   /pliːzd/
A2 happy or satisfied: a pleased expression/smile Are you pleased about John's promotion? We're so pleased that you're able to come to the wedding. I'm really pleased with your work this term. I'm pleased to hear you're feeling better.be pleased to do sth to be very willing to do something: The personnel manager will be pleased to advise you. I'm only too (= very) pleased to help.
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in Korean 기쁜, 만족스러운…
in Arabic مَسْرور, سَعيد…
in Portuguese contente, satisfeito…
in Catalan content, satisfet…
in Japanese 喜んでいる, 満足している…
in Italian contento, soddisfatto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 開心的, 滿意的…
in Russian довольный…
in Turkish mutlu, memnun, mesut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 开心的, 满意的…
in Polish zadowolony…
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