English version

pleased to help/assist

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpleased to help/assistpleased to help/assistWILLINGvery willing or happy to help If there’s anything we can do, we’d be pleased to help. pleased
Examples from the Corpus
pleased to help/assistIf you do not understand the details enclosed please contact the Finance Department where the staff will be pleased to assist.NatWest understands your needs and is pleased to help.There will always be some one who will be only too pleased to help.They will be pleased to help and advise you.They will be pleased to help and so will the suppliers listed, including, of course, myself.Our group bookings specialists are always pleased to assist the discerning traveller who requires quality, service and value second to none.Whatever the size of your kitchen, our talented designers will be pleased to help you plan it.They will be pleased to help you with specific questions and will give you as much general information as they can.
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