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American English: /plizd/
British English: /pliːzd/

Translation of pleased in Spanish:


  • (satisfied)
    she is very pleased with the results
    está muy contenta/satisfecha con los resultados
    I'm very pleased for you!
    me alegro mucho por ti
    she was very pleased with herself
    estaba muy ufana
    estaba muy satisfecha consigo misma
    I am pleased! I'm so pleased you could come!
    ¡(cuánto) me alegro de que hayas podido venir!
    to be pleased at/about somethingI was pleased at the news
    me alegré con la noticia
    they were pleased about her appointment
    se alegraron de su nombramiento
    to be pleased to + infinitiveI'd be pleased to help you
    te ayudaría con mucho gusto
    I am pleased to inform you that … [formal]
    tengo el placer de or me complace comunicarle que … [formal]
    pleased to meet you
    Example sentences
    • Bonnie smiled, secretly pleased that the girl was now talking.
    • Sandie gave me a knowing smile, seemingly pleased that she had ‘diagnosed’ us as a couple so well.
    • She smiled, inwardly pleased that he felt the same way about her as a challenge as she did towards him.

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