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enjoyverb [T]

 us   /ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/

enjoy verb [T] (LIKE TO DO)

to feel happy because of doing or experiencing something: We enjoyed the scenery. I enjoyed your book very much. Enjoy your weekend. She liked her job because she enjoyed meeting people. To enjoy yourself is to feel happy because of a situation or an event in which you took part: I really enjoyed myself last night.

enjoy verb [T] (BENEFIT)

to have the benefit of something: The schools here enjoy strong community support. She enjoyed good health well into her 90s.
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