grato


grato
adj.
agreeable, gratifying, pleasant, pleasurable.
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: gratar.
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grato
adjetivo
1 pleasant, pleasing (para, to)
me es grato anunciarles que ... I am pleased to inform you that ...
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(f. - grata)
adj.
pleasant, agreeable
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ADJ
1) (=placentero) pleasant, pleasing; (=satisfactorio) welcome

recibir una grata impresión — to get a pleasant impression

una decisión muy grata para todos — a very welcome decision for everybody

guarda muy gratos recuerdos de su visita a España — he holds very fond memories of his visit to Spain

nos es grato informarle que ... — we are pleased to inform you that ...

2) And (=agradecido) grateful

le estoy grato — I am most grateful to you

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-ta adjetivo pleasant

me es grato comunicarles que ... — I am pleased to inform you that ...

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= pleasant [pleasanter -comp., pleasantest -sup.], pleasurable, gratifying, welcome, welcome, fulfilling.
Ex. This provides the user with a pleasant outlook and gives natural light.
Ex. Work in a duly ordered community should be made attractive by the consciousness of usefulness, by variety, and by being exercised amidst pleasurable surroundings.
Ex. OPACs are advantageous to users; they may be costly for the managers of libraries, but are gratifying to the librarians.
Ex. The library is generally an accepted, welcome and non-threatening feature of the rural scene and librarians often build up close and trusted links with their readers.
Ex. The library is generally an accepted, welcome and non-threatening feature of the rural scene and librarians often build up close and trusted links with their readers.
Ex. The acquisition of reliable information is vitally important enabling people to enjoy fulfilling lives and be fully participating citizens.
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* dejar un grato sabor de boca = leave + a good taste in + Posesivo + mouth.
* persona no grata = persona non grata.
* poco grato = unwelcome.
* ser un grato alivio = be a welcome relief.
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-ta adjetivo pleasant

me es grato comunicarles que ... — I am pleased to inform you that ...

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= pleasant [pleasanter -comp., pleasantest -sup.], pleasurable, gratifying, welcome, welcome, fulfilling.

Ex: This provides the user with a pleasant outlook and gives natural light.

Ex: Work in a duly ordered community should be made attractive by the consciousness of usefulness, by variety, and by being exercised amidst pleasurable surroundings.
Ex: OPACs are advantageous to users; they may be costly for the managers of libraries, but are gratifying to the librarians.
Ex: The library is generally an accepted, welcome and non-threatening feature of the rural scene and librarians often build up close and trusted links with their readers.
Ex: The library is generally an accepted, welcome and non-threatening feature of the rural scene and librarians often build up close and trusted links with their readers.
Ex: The acquisition of reliable information is vitally important enabling people to enjoy fulfilling lives and be fully participating citizens.
* dejar un grato sabor de boca = leave + a good taste in + Posesivo + mouth.
* persona no grata = persona non grata.
* poco grato = unwelcome.
* ser un grato alivio = be a welcome relief.

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grato -ta
adjective
pleasant
me es muy grata su compañía I find his company very pleasant
los gratos recuerdos de mi niñez the pleasant memories of my childhood
me es grato comunicarles que … I am pleased to inform you that …
en respuesta a su grata (carta) del 3 de ... in reply to your letter of ... 3rd
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grato
-ta adjetivo

pleasant
grato,-a adjetivo pleasant
persona non grata, persona non grata

'grato' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
afortunada
- afortunado
- grata
- satisfactoria
- satisfactorio
English:
acceptable
- gratifying
- intensely
- pleasing
- welcome
- unwelcome
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grato, -a adj
1. [agradable] pleasant;
nos es grato comunicarle que… we are pleased to inform you that…
2. Bol, Chile [agradecido] grateful
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grato
adj pleasant
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grato, -ta adj
agradable, placentero: pleasant, agreeable
gratamente adv
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grato adj pleasant

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • grato — {{#}}{{LM G19374}}{{〓}} {{SynG19871}} {{[}}grato{{]}}, {{[}}grata{{]}} ‹gra·to, ta› {{《}}▍ adj.{{》}} Que produce gusto o agrado: • Tuvimos una grata conversación sobre nuestra época de juventud.{{○}} {{★}}{{\}}ETIMOLOGÍA:{{/}} Del latín gratus… …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

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  • grato — (adj) (Intermedio) que da mucho placer Ejemplos: Hemos conservado muchos recuerdos gratos del viaje. Tuve una grata conversación con tu padre. Sinónimos: agradable, satisfactorio …   Español Extremo Basic and Intermediate

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