English version

gladly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgladlyglad‧ly /ˈɡlædli/ adverb  1 WILLINGwillingly or eagerly I would gladly have done it for him.2 HAPPYhappily ‘Here’s Michelle!’ he said gladly. not suffer fools gladly at suffer(5)
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gladly"Here's Michelle!" he said gladly.He didn't suffer fools gladly.When businesses heard about the reason for the fund-raiser, they gladly gave us donations.She gladly greeted him and led him to her home.My parents would gladly loan us the money.But I never stopped cooking gladly, not even after the children grew up and left home.They would gladly put up with a certain level of pregnancy risk if it meant fewer side effects.It appeared that this setting was providing Suzy with an audience to which she gladly reacted.If only I had more money in the bank, I would gladly retire.
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