glad

glad·den;
glad·don;
glad·dy;
glad;
glad·ful;
glad·i·ate;
glad·i·a·tor;
glad·i·a·to·ri·al;
glad·i·a·tor·ship;
glad·i·o·la;
glad·i·ole;
glad·ite;
glad·less;
glad·ness;
glad·some;
glad·stone;
glad·sto·ni·an;
un·glad;
glad·ly;
glad·some·ly;
glad·some·ness;

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  • glad — W3S2 [glæd] adj [no comparative] [: Old English; Origin: glAd bright, shining, happy ] 1.) [not before noun] pleased and happy about something glad (that) ▪ I m really glad I don t have to go back there again. ▪ We re so glad you came. glad to do …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Glad — (gl[a^]d), a. [Compar. {Gladder}; superl. {Gladdest}.] [AS. gl[ae]d bright, glad; akin to D. glad smooth, G. glatt, OHG. glat smooth, shining, Icel. gla[eth]r glad, bright, Dan. & Sw. glad glad, Lith. glodas smooth, and prob. to L. glaber, and E …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Glad on 't — Glad Glad (gl[a^]d), a. [Compar. {Gladder}; superl. {Gladdest}.] [AS. gl[ae]d bright, glad; akin to D. glad smooth, G. glatt, OHG. glat smooth, shining, Icel. gla[eth]r glad, bright, Dan. & Sw. glad glad, Lith. glodas smooth, and prob. to L.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • glad — [ glæd ] adjective not usually before noun *** happy and pleased about something: We re having a great time. I m so glad. glad (that): I m glad he finally called you. glad to see/hear/be, etc.: Maggie was glad to be home in her own bed. glad for …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • glad — glad, happy, cheerful, lighthearted, joyful, joyous are comparable when meaning characterized by or expressing the mood, temper, or state of mind of a person who is pleased or delighted with something or with things in general. Glad may be used… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Glad — can refer to:*Glad (duke), ruler in the territory of Banat, who was defeated by the Magyars during the 10th century *Glad (band), a Christian pop/rock and a cappella music group formed in 1972 *Glad (company), an American brand of household… …   Wikipedia

  • glad — O.E. glæd bright, shining, joyous, from P.Gmc. *glada (Cf. O.N. glaðr smooth, bright, glad, Dan. glad glad, joyful, O.S. gladmod glad, O.Fris. gled smooth, Du. glad slippery, Ger. glatt smooth ), from PIE …   Etymology dictionary

  • Glad — Glad, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Gladded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Gladding}.] [AS. gladian. See {Glad}, a., and cf. {Gladden}, v. t.] To make glad; to cheer; to gladden; to exhilarate. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] That which gladded all the warrior train. Dryden …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • glad — glad1 [glad] adj. gladder, gladdest [ME < OE glæd, akin to Ger glatt, smooth (the orig. Gmc sense) < IE * ghlādh , shining, smooth < base * ĝhel , to shine > GLEAM, GOLD] 1. feeling or characterized by pleasure or joy; happy; pleased… …   English World dictionary

  • glad of — 1. Glad to have 2. Glad because of • • • Main Entry: ↑glad …   Useful english dictionary

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