Delight with - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
delight (someone) with (something)
To give someone something that makes them happy. My husband delighted me with a brand new car for my birthday.
delight someone with something
to please someone with something, such as a gift. We delighted Alice with a gift of money. She was delighted with the gift.
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Students should provide similar answers as to question 1, however this allows a great opportunity to link delight with
key client management.
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We then merge these views into a framework linking delight with concepts more traditionally associated with customer satisfaction.
Also shown in the model is a direct path linking delight with intention.