- adv.愉快地; 快活地; 和气地; 和蔼地;
- 名词: pleasantness;
- 形容词: pleasant;
A cool breeze made the heat pleasantly bearable.
We talked pleasantly of old times.
The room was pleasantly warm.
The white flowers are pleasantly scented.
The beach was pleasantly uncrowded.
The countryside undulates pleasantly.
Their lazy, blurred voices fell pleasantly on his ears.
他们那种慢吞吞 、 含糊不清的声音在他听起来却很悦耳.
He was pleasantly surprised to discover that he was no longer afraid.
We've spent our Easter holidays pleasantly.
She lived pleasantly to the age of ninety - two.
The spring breeze is pleasantly warm.
The evening went pleasantly enough.
"Sergeant, I should like a word with you," said the newcomer, in a pleasantly-inflected baritone.
I was very angry but was able to keep it in and spoke to him pleasantly.
The young singer was pleasantly surprised when waves of cheering broke over her at the end of her first performance.
1. in a cheerful manner;
"`I'll do the dishes,' he said pleasantly"
2. in an enjoyable manner;
"we spent a pleasantly lazy afternoon"