English version

be only too glad/pleased to do something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe only too glad/pleased to do somethingbe only too glad/pleased to do somethingto be very willing to do something I’d be only too pleased to assist you. too
Examples from the Corpus
be only too glad/pleased to do somethingThey know the way that the wind is blowing, and would be only too pleased to be redeployed into another trade.The Library would be only too pleased to explore further suggestions along similar lines. 13.4.She was only too glad to have even this talk bouncing against walls that had become a tomb.I was only too glad to help.The governments were only too pleased to oblige.Cliff is only too pleased to prepare a celebratory meal for any special occasion.We would be only too pleased to provide information on the Association.If none is required, they will be only too pleased to tell you.
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