delightful de·light·ful adj

delightful de·light·ful adj
[dɪ'laɪtfʊl]
(person, place, meal) delizioso (-a), (manner, smile) incantevole

Lucy is a delightful child — Lucy è una bambina deliziosa

thank you for a delightful evening — grazie per l'incantevole serata


English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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  • delightful — de•light•ful [[t]dɪˈlaɪt fəl[/t]] adj. giving delight; highly pleasing: a delightful surprise[/ex] • Etymology: 1520–30 de•light′ful•ly, adv. de•light′ful•ness, n …   From formal English to slang

  • delightful — de|light|ful [dıˈlaıtfəl] adj very pleasant ▪ a delightful little girl ▪ The whole house is delightful. >delightfully adv ▪ a movie that s full of delightfully comic moments …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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