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delight
dɪ'laɪt
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Something or someone that provides a source of happiness.
  2. A feeling of extreme pleasure or satisfaction.
(动) As a verb
  1. Take delight in.
  2. Give pleasure to or be pleasing to.
  3. Hold spellbound.
Hyphenationde•light
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (名) noun
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高兴gāoxìnghappy; glad; willing (to do something); in a cheerful mood
愉快yúkuàicheerful; cheerily; delightful; pleasant; pleasantly; pleasing; happy; delighted
乐于lèyúwilling (to do something); to take pleasure in
喜爱xǐ'àito like; to love; to be fond of; favorite
乐趣lèqùdelight; pleasure; joy
féngjoy; delight; gratification
情趣qíngqùinclinations and interests; delight; fun; interest; appeal
快感kuàigǎnpleasure; thrill; delight; joy; pleasurable sensation; a high
愉悦yúyuèjoyful; cheerful; delighted; joy; delight
lái(abbreviated form) to resent; to hate, to neglect; negligent, joy; delight; gratification
chén(ancient form of ) (interchangeable ) sink, deep; profound, joy; delight, happy; peaceful (interchangeable ) deep water; deep pool, leisurely; relaxed, dewy, full; filled, wet; damp; moist, clear (interchangeable ) to dip; to immerse; to soak, swell
to be fond of; to like; to enjoy; to be happy; to feel pleased; happiness; delight; glad
趣味qùwèifun; interest; delight; taste; liking; preference
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