be pleased

be pleased(
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plizd
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An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (expressing pleasure)
a. tener el gusto de
I'm pleased to inform you that we saved $400,000 by converting to LED technology.Tengo el gusto de comunicarles que ahorramos $400,000 haciendo la conversión a la tecnología LED.
b. tener el placer de
I'm pleased to report that our team has been selected to play in the tournament.Tengo el placer de informarles que nuestro equipo ha sido seleccionado para jugar en el torneo.
c. alegrarse de
When I bumped into him in the city, he was really pleased to see me.Cuando me lo encontré de casualidad en la ciudad, se alegró muchísimo de verme.
d. complacer
We are pleased to be of service.Nos complace poder servir.
2. (expressing satisfaction)
a. estar contento
We've just had the kitchen remodeled and we're very pleased with the result.La cocina acaba de ser remodelada y estamos muy contentos con el resultado.
b. estar satisfecho
My parents are very pleased with my exam results.Mis padres están muy satisfechos con los resultados de mis exámenes.
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