plezar

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English please, French plaisant, Italian piacere, Spanish placer. (Compare Esperanto plaĉi)

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Verb[edit]

plezar (present tense plezas, past tense plezis, future tense plezos, imperative plezez, conditional plezus)

  1. (intransitive) to be pleasing, be agreeable
    Ta bisquito plezas.
    That/this cookie is pleasing.
  2. (transitive) to please (someone)
    Ta libro ne plezas me.
    That/this book doesn't please me/is not to my taste/my fancy.
    Facez to, quo plezas vu.
    Do as you like.
    On ne povas plezar omni.
    One cannot please everybody.

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