be very satisfied with/be happy with

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flowersophy

Senior Member
Chinese-China
Hi,

A: I am very satisfied with this result.
B: I am happy with this result.

One of my friends argues that "be happy with" is more common than "be very satisfied with". I think both have the same meaning, but I am not sure.

Thanks very much!
 
  • perpend

    Banned
    American English
    Tell your friend that "I'm quite pleased with this result" is a happy medium, and say "Let's call it a day". :)
     
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