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"Es un placer" is a phrase which is often translated as "pleased to meet you", and "mucho gusto" is a phrase which is often translated as "nice to meet you". Learn more about the difference between "es un placer" and "mucho gusto" below.
es un placer(
ehs
 
oon
 
plah
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sehr
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (polite greeting)
a. pleased to meet you
Este es Juan, mi esposo. - Es un placer, caballero.This is Juan, my husband. - Pleased to meet you, sir.
2. (polite reply)
a. my pleasure
Le agradezco mucho su ayuda. - Es un placer.I really appreciate your help. - My pleasure.
3. (it's very nice)
a. it's a pleasure
Es un placer para mí compartir esta velada con todos ustedes.It's a pleasure for me to share this evening with all of you.
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mucho gusto(
moo
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choh
 
goos
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toh
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (general)
a. nice to meet you
Y este es nuestro nuevo gerente, Andrés Salinas. - ¡Mucho gusto!And this is our new manager, Andres Salinas. - Nice to meet you!
b. pleased to meet you
Permítame presentarle a nuestro futuro asistente. - ¡Mucho gusto!Let me introduce you to our future assistant. - Pleased to meet you!
c. it's a pleasure to meet you
¡Mucho gusto! Me siento honrada de tener la oportunidad de compartir mi trabajo con usted.It's a pleasure to meet you! I am honored to have the opportunity to share my work with you.
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