Definition of 'pleasant'
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Guernsey sounds a pleasant enough spot. Times, Sunday Times (2017)How did pleasant weather folklore turn into witches, ghouls and pumpkins? Times, Sunday Times (2016)At least their lives in LA sound pleasant enough. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They must make the platform wait a little more pleasant. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Our country is a green and pleasant land. The Sun (2015)She is so pleasant and always delivered news with a smile. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Britain is no longer green and pleasant. The Sun (2010)All of which is likeable and pleasant to watch. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Overall it was a fairly pleasant experience. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The cafe by the huge panoramic lobby windows is a pleasant place to cool off. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You might well get a pleasant surprise. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She is a very friendly and pleasant presenter. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He seems a very bright pleasant little fellow. Middlemarch (1872)His answer seems to be that he has always loved our green and pleasant land. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He was always extremely pleasant and amusing. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Now the second pleasant new experience hit me. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is a pleasant place and capital of the region. The Sun (2013)There is scope for further pleasant surprises. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Everyone found him to be a very friendly and most pleasant person. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But it is too pleasant a little dining room to waste. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Could life get any better in this green and pleasant land? The Sun (2012)But tests are not always pleasant to the ones who are being tested. Christianity Today (2000)It only grows pleasant through experience and association. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The quality of the writing is not the only pleasant surprise. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's a question that should raise only agreeable options and pleasant anticipation. Times, Sunday Times (2012)More than 80,000 pylons now have their feet planted in our green and pleasant land. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Keep Britain a green and pleasant land for as long as possible. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'pleasant'
British English: pleasant /ˈplɛznt/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is pleasant is enjoyable or attractive.
It's always pleasant to do what you enjoy.
- American English: pleasant
- Arabic: سَارّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: agradável
- Chinese: 令人愉快的
- Croatian: ugodan
- Czech: příjemný
- Danish: behagelig
- Dutch: plezierig
- European Spanish: agradable
- Finnish: miellyttävä
- French: agréable
- German: angenehm
- Greek: ευχάριστος
- Italian: piacevole
- Japanese: 楽しい
- Korean: 유쾌한
- Norwegian: trivelig
- Polish: przyjemny
- European Portuguese: agradável
- Romanian: plăcut
- Russian: приятный
- Spanish: agradable
- Swedish: angenäm
- Thai: น่าพอใจ
- Turkish: hoş
- Ukrainian: приємний
- Vietnamese: dễ chịu
Definition of pleasant from the Collins English Dictionary
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