English translation of प्रसन्न
प्रसन्नPowered by COBUILD /prasanna/
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/prasanna, prasann, prsanna, prsann, prasnna, prasnn, prsnna, prsnn/
1. amused adjective
If you are amused by something, it makes you want to laugh or smile. ⇒ He was amused to learn that he and O'Brien had similar ideas.
2. blithe adjective
You use blithe to indicate that something is done casually, without serious thought. ⇒ He has inherited his blithe optimism from his grandfather.
3. cheerful adjective
A cheerful person is happy. ⇒ They are both very cheerful in spite of their colds.
4. glad 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.
5. glad adjective
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.
6. good adjective
Someone who is in a good mood is cheerful and pleasant to be with.
7. happy adjective
Someone who is happy has feelings of joy or contentment. ⇒ Marina was a confident, happy child.
8. joyful adjective
A joyful person is extremely happy. ⇒ ...crowds of joyful students.
9. lively adjective
You can describe someone as lively when they behave in an enthusiastic and cheerful way.
10. pleased adjective after link verb
If you are pleased, you are happy about something or satisfied with it. ⇒ I think he's going to be pleased that we identified the real problems. ⇒ I'm pleased with the way things have been going. ⇒ They're pleased to be going home.
11. refreshed adjective ⇒ He awoke feeling completely refreshed.
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Translation of प्रसन्न from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary