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2 Translation results for pleasure in Spanish

noun | verb

pleasure noun

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deseo, voluntad; placer, disfrute, goce; gusto

Example sentences of
pleasure noun

  • I paint for the sheer pleasure of it.
  • His grandparents took great pleasure in seeing him graduate from college.
  • Is this trip for business or pleasure?
  • It is a special pleasure for me to be here with you today.
  • Now I can enjoy the simple pleasures of life, like spending time with my family.

Detailed synonyms for pleasure noun

Pleasure, delight, enjoyment, satisfaction, gratification significan la agradable emoción que acompaña la posesión o la expectación de lo que es bueno o intensamente deseado.
  • Pleasure recalca la sensación de satisfacción o de gratificación, más que una alegría visible <took real pleasure in her possessions>.
    antonyms: displeasure
  • Delight suele invertir este énfasis, y recalca la vívida expresión de una satisfacción manifiesta <the grandparents' delight in the baby>.
    antonyms: disappointment
  • Enjoyment recalca una gratificación o alegría que resulta de una experiencia placentera <his comments managed to spoil her enjoyment of the evening>.
    antonyms: abhorrence
  • Satisfaction sugiere el estado de ser gratificante y estar satisfecho <she expressed her satisfaction with the hotel>.
    antonyms: dissatisfaction
  • Gratification connota un estado de estar gratificado o satisfecho <selfish gratification of his own desires>.

pleasure verb

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pleasured, has pleasured, is pleasuring, pleasures
complacer, satisfacer

Example sentences of
pleasure verb

  • a wine that is sure to pleasure even the most discriminating palate

Related phrases for pleasure

Reverse translation for pleasure

deseo  - wish, desire 
voluntad  - will, volition, desire, wish, intention 
placer  - pleasure, enjoyment 
disfrute  - enjoyment 
goce  - enjoyment, pleasure, use, possession 
gusto  - flavor, taste, taste, style, pleasure, liking, whim, fancy 
complacer  - to please 
satisfacer  - to satisfy, to fulfill, to meet, to pay, to settle 
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