delightedly

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İngilizce - Türkçe
memnuniyetle
delight
{i} haz
delight
{i} sevinç

Tom sevinçle haykırdı. - Tom cried out with delight.

Benim için büyük sevinç, o birincilik ödülünü kazandı. - To my great delight, he won the first prize.

delight
{f} hoşlanmak
delight
latif
delight
{f} hoşnut etmek
delight
{f} sevindirmek
delight
{i} sevinç veren şey
delight
{i} keyif

Ben az önce keyifli bir haber aldım. - I've just received some delightful news.

İnsanların keyifli olduklarını düşünüyorum. - I think people are delighted.

delight
güzel
delight
{f} in -den zevk almak
delight
{f} zevk almak
delight
{i} zevk kaynağı
delight
{f} hoşuna gitmek
delight
{f} hoşnut et
delight
zevk vermek
delight
sevinmek

Sevinmek, üzülmenin karşıtıdır. - Delight is the opposite of sorrow.

delight
memnuniyetle
delight
(in ile) zevk almak
delight
zevk

O, arkadaşları ile konuşmaktan zevk aldı. - He took delight in talking with friends.

Bir dağ zirvesinden güneş'in doğuşunu izlemek bir zevk. - To see the sunrise from a mountaintop is a delight.

delight
memnun etmek
delight
şirin
delight
delightful hoş
delight
sevinç verme hassası
delight
sefa
İngilizce - İngilizce
wholeheartedly, gladly, with pleasure
with delight; "delightedly, she accepted the invitation"
With delight; gladly
with delight; "delightedly, she accepted the invitation
In a delighted manner
delight
joy; pleasure
delight
delectation
delight
If someone takes delight or takes a delight in something, they get a lot of pleasure from it. Haig took obvious delight in proving his critics wrong
delight
Delight is a feeling of very great pleasure. Throughout the house, the views are a constant source of surprise and delight Andrew roared with delight when he heard Rachel's nickname for the baby To my great delight, it worked perfectly
delight
{i} joy, pleasure, happiness
delight
{f} be glad, enjoy, receive pleasure; give pleasure
delight
{n} joy, great pleasure, content
delight
{v} to give or receive great pleasure
Delight
delit
delight
If you delight in something, you get a lot of pleasure from it. Generations of adults and children have delighted in the story He delighted in sharing his love of birds with children. to give someone great satisfaction and enjoyment
delight
A treble bob method in which an internal place is made some, but not all, of the times the treble is going from one dodge to another Another kind of treble bob method are the Surprise methods
delight
A high degree of gratification of mind; a high- wrought state of pleasurable feeling; lively pleasure; extreme satisfaction; joy
delight
To give pleasure to
delight
is "to make light " Hence Shakespeare speaks of the disembodied soul as "the delighted spirit blown with restless violence round about the pendant world" (Measure for Measure, iii 1) So again he says of gifts, "the more delayed; delighted" (Cymbeline, v 5), meaning the longer they are delayed the "lighter" or less valuable they are esteemed Delighted, in the sense of "pleased," means light-hearted, with buoyant spirits The delight of mankind So Titus, the Roman emperor, was entitled (40, 79-81)
delight
approval You can refer to someone or something that gives you great pleasure or enjoyment as a delight. Sampling the local cuisine is one of the delights of a holiday abroad. = joy
delight
a feeling of extreme pleasure or satisfaction; "his delight to see her was obvious to all" take delight in; "he delights in his granddaughter
delight
take delight in; "he delights in his granddaughter
delight
hold spellbound
delight
If something delights you, it gives you a lot of pleasure. She has created a style of music that has delighted audiences all over the world
delight
something or someone that provides pleasure; a source of happiness; "a joy to behold"; "the pleasure of his company"; "the new car is a delight"
delight
Licentious pleasure; lust
delight
That which gives great pleasure or delight
delight
a feeling of extreme pleasure or satisfaction; "his delight to see her was obvious to all"
delight
take delight in; "he delights in his granddaughter"
delight
To have or take great delight or pleasure; to be greatly pleased or rejoiced; followed by an infinitive, or by in
delight
give pleasure to or be pleasing to; "These colors please the senses"; "a pleasing sensation"
delight
To give delight to; to affect with great pleasure; to please highly; as, a beautiful landscape delights the eye; harmony delights the ear
delightedly