agradable


agradable
adj.
1 pleasant (person).
son muy agradables they're very pleasant
2 pleasant (clima, temperatura).
es muy agradable al tacto it feels very nice
¡qué sorpresa tan agradable! what a nice o pleasant surprise!
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agradable
adjetivo
1 nice, pleasant
poco agradable unpleasant
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adj.
agreeable, pleasant
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ADJ (=grato) pleasant, agreeable

es un sitio agradable — it's a nice place

el cadáver no era muy agradable para la vista — the body was not a pretty sight

ser agradable al gusto — to taste good, be tasty

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adjetivo <persona> pleasant, nice; <carácter> pleasant; <día/velada> enjoyable, nice; <sensación/efecto> pleasant, pleasing; <sabor/olor> pleasant, nice

su secretaria es una persona muy agradable — her secretary is a very agreeable person

trata de ser más agradable con ellos — try to be (a bit) nicer to them

pasamos un día muy agradable — we had a very nice o enjoyable day

agradable a la vista — pleasing to the eye

no fue un espectáculo agradable — it wasn't a pretty sight

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= agreeable, enjoyable, nice, non-threatening, pleasant [pleasanter -comp., pleasantest -sup.], pleasantly, pleasing, pleasurable, sweet, congenial, welcome, joyful, likeable [likable], palatable, friendly-sounding, affable.
Ex. But Elizabeth Steinhagen was attracted to Santiago for far different reasons than its agreeable weather.
Ex. Having made this prefatory warning, it has also to be said that many teachers successfully contrive to make reviewing an enjoyable and useful ingredient in their book and reading programs.
Ex. One time he showed me a photograph in an art book of a woman's bare breasts and said 'Nice tits, uh?'.
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. This provides the user with a pleasant outlook and gives natural light.
Ex. Obviously guiding, whether of the more fixed kind discussed above, or in the form of publications and leaflets, must be pleasantly presented.
Ex. This is not to say that the library should be cluttered with ugly signs; all notices should be carefully contrived and aesthetically pleasing.
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. It was a sweet, sharp, sunshiny morning in early October, and Bogardus felt good.
Ex. The ideal archivist should have advanced training in history, facilitate access to records, and provide congenial servicing conditions.
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. It's that joyful leap from one place to another that symbolises the freedom to explore on the web.
Ex. This is a likable, well-organized, and quite funny comedy that tells the story of a man who is left on a remote Scottish island on his stag night.
Ex. I never suggested that horseradish would make horse meat any more or less palatable, or that the user was unaware of the fact that Trilling, L. is in fact Trilling, Lionel.
Ex. The friendly-sounding British bobbies, created in 1829, were the first professional police force, copied by cities around the world.
Ex. After practice, however, the usually affable Jackson looked to be in a fog as he prepared to walk to his locker.
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* agradable al gusto = palatable.
* de olor agradable = sweet-smelling.
* de sabor agradable = palatable.
* pasar a cosas más agradables = on a happier note.
* ser agradable de oír = be good to hear.
* ser agradable + Verbo = be neat to + Verbo.
* vista agradable = a sight for sore eyes.
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adjetivo <persona> pleasant, nice; <carácter> pleasant; <día/velada> enjoyable, nice; <sensación/efecto> pleasant, pleasing; <sabor/olor> pleasant, nice

su secretaria es una persona muy agradable — her secretary is a very agreeable person

trata de ser más agradable con ellos — try to be (a bit) nicer to them

pasamos un día muy agradable — we had a very nice o enjoyable day

agradable a la vista — pleasing to the eye

no fue un espectáculo agradable — it wasn't a pretty sight

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= agreeable, enjoyable, nice, non-threatening, pleasant [pleasanter -comp., pleasantest -sup.], pleasantly, pleasing, pleasurable, sweet, congenial, welcome, joyful, likeable [likable], palatable, friendly-sounding, affable.

Ex: But Elizabeth Steinhagen was attracted to Santiago for far different reasons than its agreeable weather.

Ex: Having made this prefatory warning, it has also to be said that many teachers successfully contrive to make reviewing an enjoyable and useful ingredient in their book and reading programs.
Ex: One time he showed me a photograph in an art book of a woman's bare breasts and said 'Nice tits, uh?'.
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: This provides the user with a pleasant outlook and gives natural light.
Ex: Obviously guiding, whether of the more fixed kind discussed above, or in the form of publications and leaflets, must be pleasantly presented.
Ex: This is not to say that the library should be cluttered with ugly signs; all notices should be carefully contrived and aesthetically pleasing.
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: It was a sweet, sharp, sunshiny morning in early October, and Bogardus felt good.
Ex: The ideal archivist should have advanced training in history, facilitate access to records, and provide congenial servicing conditions.
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: It's that joyful leap from one place to another that symbolises the freedom to explore on the web.
Ex: This is a likable, well-organized, and quite funny comedy that tells the story of a man who is left on a remote Scottish island on his stag night.
Ex: I never suggested that horseradish would make horse meat any more or less palatable, or that the user was unaware of the fact that Trilling, L. is in fact Trilling, Lionel.
Ex: The friendly-sounding British bobbies, created in 1829, were the first professional police force, copied by cities around the world.
Ex: After practice, however, the usually affable Jackson looked to be in a fog as he prepared to walk to his locker.
* agradable al gusto = palatable.
* de olor agradable = sweet-smelling.
* de sabor agradable = palatable.
* pasar a cosas más agradables = on a happier note.
* ser agradable de oír = be good to hear.
* ser agradable + Verbo = be neat to + Verbo.
* vista agradable = a sight for sore eyes.

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agradable
adjective
1 ‹persona› pleasant, nice; ‹carácter› pleasant
es agradable (para) con todo el mundo she's nice to everybody
2 ‹sensación/efecto› pleasant, pleasing, nice; ‹sabor/olor› pleasant, nice
pasamos un día muy agradable we had a very nice o enjoyable day
agradable a la vista pleasing to the eye
no fue un espectáculo agradable it wasn't a pretty sight
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agradable adjetivo ‹personapleasant, nice;
carácterpleasant;
día/veladaenjoyable, nice;
sensación/efectopleasant, pleasing;
sabor/olorpleasant, nice;
agradable a la vista pleasing to the eye

agradable adjetivo pleasant

'agradable' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
bastante
- encanto
- esforzarse
- extemporánea
- extemporáneo
- fresca
- fresco
- gustosa
- gustoso
- hospitalaria
- hospitalario
- imaginar
- música
- simpática
- simpático
- suave
- trato
- vida
- bien
- bueno
- cambio
- dije
- lindo
- rico
- sabroso
English:
above
- agreeable
- change
- congenial
- convivial
- cool
- decent
- delightful
- doll
- doorman
- engaging
- enjoyable
- guy
- length
- likable
- likeable
- livable
- nice
- personable
- place
- pleasant
- pleasantly
- pleasing
- pleasurable
- company
- cozy
- easy
- friendly
- have
- make
- palatable
- sight
- sweet
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agradable adj
1. [persona] pleasant;
son muy agradables they're very pleasant;
es una persona de talante muy agradable he has a very pleasant disposition
2. [clima, temperatura] pleasant;
[olor, sabor, película, ciudad] nice, pleasant;
es muy agradable al tacto it feels very nice;
¡qué sorpresa tan agradable! what a nice o pleasant surprise!
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agradable
adj pleasant, nice;
agradable a la vista good-looking
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agradable adj
grato, placentero: pleasant, agreeable
agradablemente adv
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agradable adj pleasant / nice

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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