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Satisfied; pleasing. intransitive Verb. He' always been a good boy, very friendly and eager to please. A full-text dictionary from aalii to zymurgy with pronunciation help.

Please say when you politely ask or invite someone to do something. Pleasing means making someone happy or satisfied.

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Could you be more precise, please? I would ask you to allow us to achieve serious results. Do not say one thing and do something else. We' re still awaiting return and relocation; please tell us what else we should do. Can you clarify that, because we have no roll-call voting in these conditions.

Do not reopen the debates, please abide by the Rules of Procedure. I would ask you to take another look at it so that we can make the right decisions. Will you please connect your votes with the votes of the ladies. Allow me now to make a few brief observations on the work.

Be very brief and react to the comments. I' m saying to him: Please just let it go. I' m asking you to review the schedule. Mr President, I was voting against my own beliefs, so please could this be changed. Please, can't we just keep our own cash and then choose how we use it?

Will you please reply to that and give an undertaking?

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Please only consider your own desires when you decide how you want to act or work. 2.1no objects wish or wish to do anything. 2.2 "Like it,""pleased," etc., "someone who does something it is someone's decision to do something. 1-used in courteous inquiries or queries. 1.3 For the courteous or explicit approval of an order.

1.5 Used to indicate disbelief or confusion. Informally Used to emphasise the way in which someone does something, especially if this is considered an outrage. A used in courteous inquiries. We must use the word used to describe outrage at something that is considered irrational. Is used to show apathy, especially if someone does not co-operate or does not act as anticipated.

Mid-English: from the old French plaisir'to please', from the Roman plaisere.

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