What is the difference between 'pleased' and 'satisfied'?
The dictionary says: 'She was very pleased with her exam results.' 'The boss should be pleased with you.'
But I think I can say: 'She was very satisfied with her exam results.' 'The boss should be satisfied with you.'
Am I right?
And can we say 'a pleased customer'? If we can - 'a pleased customer' is more happier than 'a satisfied customer'?