An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (agreeable)
a. agradable
The atmosphere in that café is very pleasant.Ese café tiene un ambiente muy agradable.
The weather is very pleasant in Ixtapa.El tiempo es muy agradable en Ixtapa.
b. grato
We spent a pleasant afternoon at the museum.Pasamos una grata tarde en el museo.
c. placentero
What is that pleasant music I hear in the background?¿Qué es esa música placentera que oigo al fondo?
2. (affable)
a. simpático
Melanie is a very pleasant person.Melanie es una persona muy simpática.
b. agradable
I met a very pleasant man at the train station.Conocí a un hombre muy agradable en la estación de tren.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (remark, place, weather)
a. agradable
2. (person)
a. agradable, simpático(a)
3. (surprise)
a. grato(a), agradable
pleasant [ˈpleznt]
1 (agreeable) [+place, experience, smell, taste, voice] agradable; [+surprise] grato; agradable; [+face] agradable; simpático
it's very pleasant here aquí se está muy bien; it made a pleasant change from our usual holiday supuso un agradable cambio respecto a nuestras vacaciones habituales
he had a deep, pleasant voice a salesman said in a pleasant voice, "can I help you?" a woman with a pleasant face and an efficient manner it was not a pleasant experience they spent a pleasant afternoon it did not make pleasant reading thank you for such a pleasant evening if you like eating good pub meals in pleasant surroundings look out for the new guide it was a very pleasant place to work it's pleasant to sit outside it was very pleasant in the garden it was a pleasant little town it was a pleasant way to spend a few hours the pleasant aroma of fresh coffee a rich chocolate taste - quite pleasant /what a pleasant surprise/ it was to hear from her the news came as a pleasant surprise the trip was full of pleasant surprises it's quite pleasant out
pleasant dreams! ¡que sueñes con los angelitos!; pleasant-looking de aspecto agradable
he was a tall, affable, pleasant-looking young man a pleasant-looking pub in a quiet road
2 (friendly) [+person] agradable; simpático; [+style] agradable
he has a pleasant manner es agradable or simpático or amable; try and be a bit more pleasant to your sister procura ser un poco más agradable con tu hermana
he seemed pleasant enough to [make] o.s. pleasant to sb she had smiled and made herself pleasant, but he still didn't trust her she was always immaculately dressed and had a pleasant manner
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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