— an agreeable or enjoyable sensation (αίσθηση) or emotion (συναίσθημα): the pleasure of hearing good music
— something that gives or affords enjoyment or delight: his garden was his only pleasure
— amusement, recreation, or enjoyment
— a person’s preference or choice

Etymology: 14th Century plesir, from Old French; related to Old French plaisir (to please)

Κύριες Μεταφράσεις

— pleasure (sensual pleasure) (αισθήσεις): ευχαρίστηση / απόλαυση / ηδονή

e.g.: Eating chocolate brings Sally great pleasure. | Η Σάλι νιώθει μεγάλη ευχαρίστηση όταν τρώει σοκολάτα.

— pleasure (agreeable feeling) (συναίσθημα): χαρά

e.g.: It’s a pleasure to meet you. | Είναι χαρά μου που σας γνωρίζω.

Σύνθετοι Τύποι:

— intense pleasure (extremely enjoyable sensation): έντονη απόλαυση

— physical pleasure (sensuality, sensuousness) (αισθησιασμός): φυσική απόλαυση

— sensual pleasure (sexual enjoyment): σαρκική/αισθησιακή απόλαυση

e.g.: Some people experience sensual pleasure when a partner massages their scalp.

— sensual pleasure (physical, sensuous enjoyment): σαρκική απόλαυση

e.g.: He often experienced a sensual pleasure when eating a chocolate cake.

— sexual pleasure (stimulation, enjoyment of sex): ερωτική διέγερση/ικανοποίηση/απόλαυση

— take pleasure in (enjoy): απολαμβάνω, ευχαριστιέμαι

— with pleasure (gladly, willingly): ευχαρίστως

— my pleasure (interj) (you’re welcome): ευχαρίστηση μου (επίφ.)

A: Thanks for all your help. B: My pleasure

  1. Thank you. B. My pleasure.


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