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  2. Please Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    1 : to afford or give pleasure or satisfaction 2 : like, wish do as you please 3 archaic : to have the kindness will you please to enter the carriage Charles Dickens transitive verb 1 : to give pleasure to : gratify 2 : to be the will or pleasure of may it please Your Majesty please 2 of 2 adverb 1

  3. Please Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    to act to the pleasure or satisfaction of: to please the public. to be the pleasure or will of: May it please your Majesty. verb (used without object), pleased, pleas·ing. to like, wish, or feel inclined: Go where you please. to give pleasure or satisfaction; be agreeable: manners that please. OTHER WORDS FOR please 4 choose, like, want, wish.

  4. 112 Synonyms & Antonyms of PLEASE - Merriam-Webster

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    Definition of please 1 as in to delight to give satisfaction to fresh flowers please me greatly Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance delight satisfy warm glad pleasure feast gratify rejoice amuse entertain thrill gladden content appease suit tickle soothe placate excite agree (with) comfort gas satiate calm pacify captivate quench titillate sate

  5. Please and Thank You Song + More Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs - CoComelon Cocomelon - Nursery Rhymes 150M subscribers Subscribe 443K 145M views 4 years ago What are the magic words you can say to...

  6. Please Definition & Meaning | Britannica Dictionary

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    1 a — used to ask for something in a polite way Please come in. Please bring your books with you to every class. Pass the salt, please. = Would you please pass the salt. [+] more examples b — used to show that a request is serious or important Please, God, help us. I beg you. Please, don't leave me here alone.

  7. please ( pliːz) vb 1. to give satisfaction, pleasure, or contentment to (a person); make or cause (a person) to be glad 2. to be the will of or have the will (to): if it pleases you; the court pleases. 3. if you please if you will or wish, sometimes used in ironic exclamation 4. pleased with happy because of 5. please oneself to do as one likes adv

  8. See definition of please on Dictionary.com verb delight, make happy verb will, elect to do synonyms for please Compare Synonyms amuse charm cheer entertain gratify satisfy tickle wow content enchant gladden grab humor indulge kill overjoy score suit titillate fill the bill go over big hit the spot make the grade sweep off feet tickle pink turn on

  9. Jessie Ware - Please (Official Video) - YouTube

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    Jessie Ware - Please (Official Video) - YouTube 0:00 / 3:40 Jessie Ware - Please (Official Video) Jessie Ware 609K subscribers 935K views 1 year ago Here is the official video for my new...

  10. Please - Wikipedia

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    Please is a word used in the English language to indicate politeness and respect while making a request. Derived from shortening the phrase "if you please" or "if it please (s) you", the term has taken on substantial nuance based on its intonation and the relationship between the persons between whom it is used.

  11. PLEASE | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    to make someone feel happy or satisfied, or to give someone pleasure: [ I/T ] He did what he could to please her, but she was hard to please. [ T ] I’m pleased to report that sales have increased by 15%. [ I ] She’ll listen to what you say, but in the end she’ll do as/what she pleases (= what she wants to do).