Hindi translation of 'glad'
glad /ɡlæd ग्लैड्/
1. adjective after link verb
If you are glad about something, you are happy and pleased about it. Glad is never used in front of a noun for this meaning.
I'm glad I gave in in the end.
The people seem really glad to see you.
If this offer is genuine I will gladly accept it.
If you say that you will be glad to do something, you mean that you are willing and eager to do it.
I'll be glad to show you everything.
If you'd prefer something else I'll gladly change it for you.
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Example Sentences Including 'glad'
Adrina stretched luxuriously, rather glad she had insisted on the huge feather bed being dragged to the front.TREASON KEEP (2001)
He would come out of it, they knew, he was glad to have someone to tell his secrets to.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
There was, he was glad to confirm, nothing here to wake a young DC up.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'glad' in Other Languages
- Arabic: سَعِيد
- Brazilian Portuguese: contente
- Chinese: 高兴的
- Croatian: zadovoljan zadovoljna
- Czech: rád
- Danish: glad
- Dutch: blij
- European Spanish: contento contenta
- Finnish: iloinen
- French: content
- German: froh
- Greek: χαρούμενος χαρούμενη
- Italian: felice
- Japanese: 嬉しい
- Korean: 기쁜
- Norwegian: glad
- Polish: zadowolony zadowolona
- Portuguese: contente
- Romanian: bucuros bucuros, bucuroasă, bucuroși, bucuroase
- Russian: довольный довольная
- Spanish: contento contenta
- Swedish: glad glatt
- Thai: ดีใจ
- Turkish: memnun
- Ukrainian: радий
- Vietnamese: vui mừng
Translation of glad from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary