Oppositedisplease2 [intransitive] often used after as or what, where, etc. to mean ‘to want’, ‘to choose’ or ‘to like’ to do somethingYou may stay as long as you please.She always does exactly as she pleases.I'm free now to live wherever I please.
if you please1 (old-fashioned, formal) used when politely asking somebody to do somethingTake a seat, if you please.2 (old-fashioned, especially British English) used to say that you are annoyed or surprised at somebody's actionsAnd now, if you please, he wants me to rewrite the whole thing!
please the eye
to be very attractive to look at
used to say that you very much hope or wish that something will happenPlease God, don't let him be dead.
please yourself(informal) used to tell somebody that you are annoyed with them and do not care what they do‘I don't think I'll bother finishing this.’ ‘Please yourself.’
do as you please
to be able to do whatever you likeThere were no children to cook for, so we could just please ourselves.