Translation:Nice to meet you!
"Дуже приємно" is short for "Дуже приємно познайомитися". It literally means "Very pleasant to meet you". It is similar to when one says in Spanish "Mucho gusto". The full phrase is "mucho gusto en conocerlo". I suppose it could be used to describe a person, but I will leave that question to the native Ukrainian speakers.
Technically yes. A more natural word order (at least for me) would be "Дуже приємно з вами познайомитися" (also without це). But nobody would really say the full sentence. Shorter version "Дуже приємно познайомитися", the most used is "Дуже приємно". Like "encantado" or "angenehm", shorter - better :)
Yeah, JamesB84's explanation says it all.
It literally means "I am pleased" so you can indeed use it not only for "nice to meet you". A fuller version would be "Мені дуже приємно" - Мені дуже приємно бути тут" - I feel very pleasant being here.
Also you can turn it into an adjective: "дуже приємна/ий/е": дуже приємний кіт, дуже приємна тітка, дуже приємне м’ясо <-- random examples, first words for the three genders that came up to my head that i know are on Duolingo here :)
No, it does mean pleasant. Good is "добрий". For example, you can say "a pleasant temperature" (of the air, food, whatever) --> "приємна температура", it doesn't mean "good temperature"
"приємний" literally sounds a bit like "acceptable" ("приймати" - to accept, to receive), I guess this is its origin.
Actually, the translation is dependent on the situation and is therefore contextual in nature. So that in an introductory situation, the given translation is correct. However, it could also be, for example, pleasant, among other translations, as a response to "how is it where you are?"
I am working on it :) Right now we have the new feature that allows contributors to record sentences for exercises with missing audio :) For now I can only record them for the ones missing (not replace the old audio if I think it's too fast or too quiet or bad), and somehow I cannot re-record my own new audio... And if I disable the audio, it still plays it to the users :/ These are all unforseen bugs and the staff is working on it (contributors do not work on these things, only forum stuff and exercise editing).
The other inconvenience is that 1) I don't have a very good mic 2) my room is not very noise-clean, i can hear cars from the window if I record :/ So I'll try to find some quiet place first and record more :) I have recorded some already, but they are noisy, and now I cannot remove them :(