- 1.1 u (joy) placer (m), deleite (m) she could not conceal her delight no podía disimular el placer que sentía to take delight in sth disfrutar or gozar* con algo he takes great delight in teasing his sister disfruta or goza enormemente haciendo rabiar a su hermana, se deleita haciendo rabiar a su hermana to my delight, she won ganó, para gran alegría míaMore example sentences1.2 c (source of joy) placer (m) her happiness was a delight to see era un placer or una delicia verla tan feliz, daba gusto verla tan feliz
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- He took great delight there to go to the bookbinders' shops and lie gaping on maps.
- He took great delight that she had already started her golf lessons.
- The place was overflowing the girls, squealing in delight, holding cameras and cheering.
- Meanwhile, the city has become a gleaming, shining pretty pearl in a box of pleasures and delights.
- All disciples of cinematic perversion know too well the delights of suffering in the face of intense pleasure.
- Bored of earthly delights, he takes his compulsion for pleasure to the nth degree.
- (make very happy) llenar de alegría; (give pleasure to) deleitar his success delighted them su éxito los llenó de alegría the clown delighted the children el payaso hizo las delicias de or deleitó a los niños music to delight the ear música que es un deleite or placer para el oídoMore example sentences
- It was here he held court late into the night, cajoling, entertaining and delighting friends from various walks of life.
- The gods and monsters of khon have been delighting Siamese audiences for the past seven centuries, though for the majority of its history those audiences only included ancient VIPs.
- The production made its Australian debut in 2000 receiving rave reviews from the Australian press and delighting audiences in Sydney and Melbourne.