I came across this site which claims to translate text into various dialects. It's meant to be a jokey site, of course. I put in the short text "Good morning everyone. How are you? I'm delighted to see you" and got the results below. It's clear that the dictionary behind the site does not contain the word 'delighted' as it has been left unchanged in all the variants. I know what the Scouse version should be -- made up.
Cockney Rhyming Slang
Robin Hood Day's Dawnin' everyone. 'a 're ya? i'm delighted ter clock ya.
Awright everyone. y'alright? Am delighted ter see yous.
Gran' mornin everyone. 'a's teur bin? ah'm delighted ta sithee.
Bostin mornen everyone. arr miskin ya? i'm delighted ter see yaouw
Canny mornin everyone. y'aareet? ahm delighted tuh see yee.
Guid morn a' fowk. fit loch en? aam delighted tae see ye.
Top o' ye mornin' ter ya everyone. 'owaya? oi'm delighted ter clap yer.
Heavy mornin everyone. wot's gwannin? I iz delighted to chek yous. Is it coz I is black?
Jolly Well Spoken
Spiffing morning everyone. hoe the deevil aaaare you, one's old bean,? one is delighted to see you, one's old bean. Heavens above! How smashing!