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[di 'lai tid] = /dɪˈlaɪtɪd/
  1. If you are delighted, you are excited and happy.
    Dexter was delighted because he solved a math problem which his teacher could not solve.
    My neighbor’s ugly son is delighted today because my beautiful daughter spoke to him for two seconds in the morning.
    The singer was delighted when he heard his song on the radio.
  2. If you are delighted to do something, you do it very gladly (with enthusiasm).
    I visited the philosopher and he was delighted to answer all my questions about his philosophy.
    My neighbor’s son is always delighted to carry my daughter’s school bag.