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to be happy (about sth)

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  • happy — hap|py W1S1 [ˈhæpi] adj comparative happier superlative happiest [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: hap chance, luck (13 20 centuries), from Old Norse happ] 1.) having feelings of pleasure, for example because something good has happened to you or you are …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • happy — adjective 1 having feelings of pleasure, for example because something good has happened to you: Larry looked really happy when we gave him his present. | He was a happy child who rarely cried. | be happy to be doing sth: They felt happy to be… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • about — a|bout1 W1S1 [əˈbaut] prep 1.) concerning or relating to a particular subject ▪ a book about politics ▪ She said something about leaving town. ▪ He lied about his age. ▪ About that car of yours. How much are you selling it for? ▪ What s he on… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • happy*/*/*/ — [ˈhæpi] adj 1) feeling pleased and relaxed, with no worries Ant: unhappy The children seem very happy at school.[/ex] Sarah felt happy for the first time in her life.[/ex] Money alone will never make you happy.[/ex] You deserve all this success.… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • walk out of sth — ► to leave a room, meeting, etc. to show that you are not happy about something: »Several people walked out of the meeting. Main Entry: ↑walk out …   Financial and business terms

  • walk out on sth — UK US walk out on sth Phrasal Verb with walk({{}}/wɔːk/ verb [I or T] ► if someone walks out on a job, etc., they leave before finishing it because they are not happy about something: »Workers who walked out on the job could be sacked for breach… …   Financial and business terms

  • bring sth about phrasal — verb (T) to make something happen: Computers have brought about many changes in the workplace. bring sb/sth around/round phrasal verb (T) 1 bring the conversation around/round to to deliberately and gradually introduce a new subject into a… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • ˌlook ˈforward to sth — phrasal verb to feel happy and excited about something that is going to happen …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • have it your own way! — have it your ˈown way! idiom (informal) used to say in an angry way that although you are not happy about sth that sb has said, you are not going to argue • Oh OK, then. Have it your own way. Main entry: ↑wayidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep — keep1 W1S1 [ki:p] v past tense and past participle kept [kept] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(not change)¦ 2¦(continue doing something)¦ 3¦(not give back)¦ 4¦(not lose)¦ 5¦(store something)¦ 6¦(make somebody stay in a place)¦ 7¦(delay somebody)¦ 8¦(do what you… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • see — 1 /si:/ verb past tense saw past participle seen /si:n/ UNDERSTAND/REALIZE 1 (I, T) to understand or realize something: I can see that you re not very happy with the situation. | Seeing his distress, Louise put her arm around him. (+ why/what/who …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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