Translation of encantado in English:

encantado

(-da)

adj

  • 1 1.1 (muy contento) delightedencantado con algo quedaron encantados con tu trabajo they were delighted o/or very pleased with your workencantado de + infinitivo/infinitive estoy encantado de haber venido I am delighted o/or very glad that I came 1.2 (en fórmulas de cortesía) le presento al Señor Ruiz — encantado let me introduce you to Mr Ruiz — how do you do o/or pleased to meet you te lo presto encantada I'd be only too happy to lend it to you podemos vernos mañana — yo encantado we can meet tomorrow — that's fine by meencantado de + infinitivo/infinitive encantado de conocerla, me han hablado mucho de usted pleased to meet you o/or I'm delighted to meet you, I have heard so much about you encantado de poder ayudarte I'm glad to be/to have been of help 1.3 (España/Spain) (embobado) no te quedes ahí encantado, ven, ayúdame don't just stand there (with your mouth open), come and give me a hand

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