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Glad in Spanish 🇪🇸

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glad contento
How to say “glad” in Spanish? “Contento”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “contento” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on glad in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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feliz (happy), alegre (joyful), satisfecho (satisfied)

6 months ago


Derived from Latin “contentus” (satisfied)

6 months ago


Normal speech: kohn-TEN-toh
IPA: /konˈtento/

8 months ago


Remove the o then its content, like glad

7 months ago


7 months ago


Estoy contento

8 months ago

contento info.

To remember the word “contento” you could think of the similar-sounding English word “content,” which has a related meaning, referring to a state of satisfaction or happiness.

– “Contento” is an adjective in Spanish that describes a feeling of happiness and satisfaction.
– It can be applied to various subjects, such as people, animals, or even situations, to indicate that the emotion of contentment is present.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Feliz (happy)
– Alegre (cheerful)
– Satisfecho (satisfied)

Alternate meanings like slang:
– “Estar a gusto” might be used in some contexts to convey a similar feeling of comfort or contentment, though not exactly slang.
– In some Latin American countries, “estar chévere” or “estar bacán/bacano” can be casual or slang ways to express that someone is happy or pleased with something.

Examples of sentences that use “contento”:
– Estoy muy contento con los resultados del examen. (I am very happy with the exam results.)
– Ella se ve contenta en su nuevo trabajo. (She looks content in her new job.)
– Nos pone contentos verte tan entusiasmado con tu proyecto. (It makes us happy to see you so enthusiastic about your project.)
– El perro mueve la cola; parece muy contento. (The dog is wagging its tail; it seems very happy.)
– Mis padres estaban contentos con mi decisión. (My parents were pleased with my decision.)

a few seconds ago

Memorization tip

Someone who is content with what they have is usually glad to have as much as they do

8 months ago

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