Definition of 'delighted'
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Most people seemed delighted we had made the effort to visit. The Sun (2016)They all look delighted with their smart new toy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But this morning he will be absolutely delighted to be in the fourth round. The Sun (2017)He said: 'I am delighted he is back. The Sun (2017)We are just delighted to be back. The Sun (2007)We are absolutely delighted that we have two players like that. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Most people see a delighted woman in her sixties. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She seems delighted to meet the assembled press. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He just looks delighted at the possibility of a fire. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was absolutely delighted and anything but shy about telling other people. Times, Sunday Times (2007)All his relatives seem genuinely delighted to see him when he pitches up at their door. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The delighted looks on their faces presumably also help him chase away the suspicion that he is boring. Times, Sunday Times (2011)And all ten looked delighted to have finally made it out of the rehearsal room and into the live arena. The Sun (2008)He is also delighted with the three new signings he has added to the Blues squad. The Sun (2013)But we couldn't have been more delighted to see it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We're just delighted to be in the next round. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Gouffran is also delighted with how things are going on Tyneside. The Sun (2013)Delighted to hear it indeed. Emma (1815)It must be absolutely delighted. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I'm always delighted to hear from them. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He said: 'I am delighted for them. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He added: 'I truly am delighted. The Sun (2013)She's very pretty and he must be delighted they're having a family together. The Sun (2011)He said: 'I am absolutely delighted to be given this great opportunity. The Sun (2015)He added: 'We are delighted nobody has been killed and he has not been charged with murder. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'delighted'
British English: delighted /dɪˈlaɪtɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are delighted, you are extremely pleased and excited about something.
He was delighted with the public response.
- American English: delighted
- Arabic: مَسْرُور
- Brazilian Portuguese: encantado
- Chinese: 高兴的
- Croatian: razdragan
- Czech: nadšený
- Danish: fornøjet
- Dutch: verrukt
- European Spanish: encantado
- Finnish: iloinen
- French: enchanté
- German: entzückt
- Greek: ενθουσιασμένος
- Italian: lieto
- Japanese: 大喜びの
- Korean: 아주 기뻐하는
- Norwegian: lykkelig
- Polish: zachwycony
- European Portuguese: encantado
- Romanian: încântat
- Russian: восхищенный
- Spanish: encantado
- Swedish: glad
- Thai: รู้สึกชื่นชมยินดี
- Turkish: hoşnut
- Ukrainian: задоволений
- Vietnamese: vui sướng
Definition of delighted from the Collins English Dictionary
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