English translation of 'piacevole'
'piacevole' in Other Languages
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
British English: congenial ADJECTIVE
A congenial person, place, or environment is pleasant.
He is back in more congenial company.
British English: likable ADJECTIVE
Someone or something that is likeable is pleasant and easy to like.
He was an immensely likeable chap.
British English: pleasing ADJECTIVE
Something that is pleasing gives you pleasure and satisfaction.
The area has a pleasing climate in August.
British English: pleasurable ADJECTIVE
Pleasurable experiences or sensations are pleasant and enjoyable.
The most pleasurable experience of the evening was the wonderful fireworks display.
Translation of piacevole from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary