Definition of pleasant adjective from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

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pleasant

adjective
ˈpleznt
 
; ˈpleznt
 
pleasanter, pleasantest
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more pleasant and most pleasant are more common
 
1 enjoyable, pleasing or attractivea pleasant climate/evening/placeWhat a pleasant surprise!to live in pleasant surroundingsmusic that is pleasant to the eara pleasant environment to work inIt was pleasant to be alone again.2 friendly and politea pleasant young mana pleasant smile/voice/mannerpleasant to somebody Please try to be pleasant to our guests.
Opposite
unpleasant
pleasantly
ˈplezntli
 
; ˈplezntli
 
adverba pleasantly cool roomI was pleasantly surprised by my exam results.‘Can I help you?’ he asked pleasantly.
pleasantness
ˈplezntnəs
 
; ˈplezntnəs
 
noun [uncountable]She remembered the pleasantness of the evening.