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to be very glad

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  • glad — [ glæd ] adjective not usually before noun *** happy and pleased about something: We re having a great time. I m so glad. glad (that): I m glad he finally called you. glad to see/hear/be, etc.: Maggie was glad to be home in her own bed. glad for …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • glad — adj. VERBS ▪ be, feel, look, seem, sound ▪ make sb ▪ The smell of the sea air makes you glad to be alive! ADVERB …   Collocations dictionary

  • glad — W3S2 [glæd] adj [no comparative] [: Old English; Origin: glAd bright, shining, happy ] 1.) [not before noun] pleased and happy about something glad (that) ▪ I m really glad I don t have to go back there again. ▪ We re so glad you came. glad to do …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • glad — glad1 [glad] adj. gladder, gladdest [ME < OE glæd, akin to Ger glatt, smooth (the orig. Gmc sense) < IE * ghlādh , shining, smooth < base * ĝhel , to shine > GLEAM, GOLD] 1. feeling or characterized by pleasure or joy; happy; pleased… …   English World dictionary

  • glad-hand — v [I and T] to talk to or welcome people in a very friendly way, especially when this is not sincere ▪ He moved among the guests, glad handing well wishers …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • glad — adjective gladder, gladdest 1 pleased and happy about something: “The doctor says she ll be well again soon.” “I m so glad.” (+ (that)): I m really glad I don t have to go back there again. (+ about): Deep down he felt glad about the news. | glad …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • glad — glad1 gladly, adv. gladness, n. /glad/, adj., gladder, gladdest, v., gladded, gladding. adj. 1. feeling joy or pleasure; delighted; pleased: glad about the good news; glad that you are here. 2. accompanied by or causing joy or pleasure: a glad… …   Universalium

  • glad — I [[t]glæd[/t]] adj. glad•der, glad•dest, 1) feeling joy or pleasure; pleased: glad about the good news[/ex] 2) accompanied by or causing joy or pleasure: glad tidings[/ex] 3) characterized by or showing cheerfulness, joy, or pleasure, as looks… …   From formal English to slang

  • glad — I. adjective (gladder; gladdest) Etymology: Middle English, shining, glad, from Old English glæd; akin to Old High German glat shining, smooth, Latin glaber smooth, bald Date: before 12th century 1. archaic having a cheerful or happy disposition… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Glad to Get Away — Infobox Album Name = Glad To Get Away Type = Studio album Artist = Jandek Released = 1994 Recorded = Unknown Genre = Folk music/ Blues / Outsider Music Length = 41:28 Label = Corwood Industries Producer = Corwood Industires Reviews = Last album …   Wikipedia

  • very — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} adj. Very is used with these nouns: ↑antithesis, ↑brink, ↑centre, ↑core, ↑corner, ↑day, ↑edge, ↑end, ↑essence, ↑existence, ↑fundamentals, ↑ …   Collocations dictionary

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