Translation of agrado in English:

agrado

nombre masculino/masculine noun

[formal]
  • no veo con agrado su relación con él I'm not pleased o/or happy about her relationship with him tengo el agrado de dirigirme a Vd. para informarle que … [Correspondencia/Correspondence] [formal] I am pleased to inform you that … [formal] siento que no sea de su agrado I'm sorry that it's not to your liking lo haré con sumo agrado I'll gladly do it, I'd be only too glad to do it

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