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happy /ˈhæpi/ adjective (comparative happier, superlative happiest)


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happy
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- joyful, blissful, cheerful, content, delighted, ecstatic, elated, glad, jubilant, merry, overjoyed, pleased, thrilled
- fortunate, advantageous, auspicious, favourable, lucky, timely
Antonyms: unhappy, disconsolate
Related Words: accidental, casual, fortuitous, incidental, opportune, seasonable, timely, effective, effectual, efficacious, efficient, cogent, convincing, telling, pat, well-timed, correct, nice, right, content, contented, satisfied
English Thesaurus: happy, cheerful, be in a good mood, contented, pleased/glad, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

happy S1 W1 /ˈhæpi/ adjective (comparative happier, superlative happiest)
[Word Family: noun: happinessunhappiness; adverb: happilyunhappily; adjective: happyunhappy]
[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 very satisfied with your life Antonym : sad:
It’s a lovely house and we’ve been very happy here.
I’ve never felt happier in my life.
He was a happy child who rarely cried.
the happy faces of the children
I loved her and thought I could make her happy.
happy to do something
John will be so happy to see you.
happy (that)
I’m happy that everything worked out well in the end.
be/feel happy for somebody
What a wonderful opportunity! I’m so happy for you.
happy in your work/job etc
happy to be doing something
We’re very happy to be taking part.
the happy couple (=a couple that have just got married or will soon get married)

2. [usually before noun] a happy time, relationship, event etc is a good one that makes you feel happy:
This has been the happiest day of my life.
They had a very happy marriage.
I have lots of happy memories of the place.
The story has a happy ending, however.
When’s the happy event (=the birth of your child)?

3. [not before noun] satisfied or not worried
happy with
On the whole, I’m happy with the way I look.
People living nearby are not happy with the decision.
happy about
Mom wasn’t happy about Tess going off travelling on her own.
I pretended to agree with her, just to keep her happy.
happy doing something
I’m quite happy doing what I’m doing.

4. be happy to do something to be very willing to do something, especially to help someone:
Our team will be happy to help.
I’d be happy to take you in my car.

5. Happy Birthday/New Year/Christmas etc used to wish someone happiness on a special occasion:
Happy Birthday, Michael!
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

6. many happy returns used to wish someone happiness on their birthday

7. [only before noun] fortunate or lucky:
By a happy coincidence, James was also in town that weekend.
I’m in the happy position of not having to work.

8. a happy medium (between something and something) a way of doing something that is not extreme but is somewhere between two possible choices:
I always tried to strike a happy medium between having a home that looked like a bomb had hit it and becoming obsessively tidy.

9. [only before noun] formal suitable:
His choice of words was not a very happy one.

10. a/your happy place if you are in or go to your happy place, you imagine you are in a place that makes you feel calm and happy, because it helps you stop thinking about a bad situation

11. not a happy bunny especially British English informal, not a happy camper American English informal not pleased with a situation

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

happy
adj.
I. feeling pleasure
VERBS appear, be, feel, look, seem, sound Outwardly the couple appeared happy. Andrew felt happier than he had been for a long time.
become | make sb Money won't make you happy.
keep sb He went home from time to time, to keep his mother happy.
ADV. extremely, only too, particularly, really, very We'd be only too happy to accept your invitation.
completely, perfectly, quite Mum seemed perfectly happy with my explanation.
genuinely, truly For the first time in her life, she felt truly happy.
far from, not altogether, not at all, not entirely, not exactly, not particularly, not too, not totally Her boss was not entirely happy about the situation.
fairly, pretty, reasonably, relatively | just I'm just happy to be back home.
absurdly, amazingly, blissfully, deliriously, ecstatically, radiantly, ridiculously, strangely, surprisingly | clearly, obviously
PREP. about I'm not too happy about her attitude.
for So you're getting married, I hear. I'm really happy for you!
with I was quite happy with the way things went.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

happy
II. giving pleasure
VERBS be, seem
ADV. extremely, gloriously, particularly, very, wonderfully It had been a gloriously happy time.
quite

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

happy
ˈhæpɪ
See: strike a happy medium , trigger happy at quick on the trigger

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

HAPPY
Have A Peak Pleasure Year

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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