Glad

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Definition

glad: content, happy, pleased
adjective
I'm glad that you could come with me today. I'm so happy because I didn't want to go alone.

Examples

  • "I'm glad to welcome you all here to the Luxor Lakes Resort and Casino, and I'm happy to see such a great turnout for this event."
  • "Glad to see such a fine turnout."
  • "So glad you could come!"
  • "Sometimes I'm glad you're so bad at organizing your work space."
  • "I'm so glad you came to Jamaica to see me."
  • "Those clothes were on me for 15 days, so I'm glad someone else can enjoy them. So were you just having a swim or were you trying to get somewhere?"
  • "Harold : I'm glad you like it, Bruno."
  • "Melanie : Hello, Mr Stevens, so glad to speak to you."
  • "I'm glad that things are finally changing around here."
  • "I'm glad we have this opportunity to sit down together and finally discuss some personnel issues."

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