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enjoy

verb [T] (PLEASURE) 樂趣     /ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/
to get pleasure from something 享受…的樂趣;喜愛;欣賞 I really enjoyed that film/book/concert/party/meal. 我真的很喜歡那部電影/那本書/那場音樂會/那次派對/那頓飯。 [+ -ing verb] I want to travel because I enjoy meeting people and seeing new places. 我想去旅遊,因爲我喜愛結識不同的人,見識沒去過的地方。 Taking pleasure in something
enjoy yourself
to get pleasure from the situation which you are in 過得愉快;感到快樂;玩得痛快 I don't think Marie is enjoying herself very much at school. 我覺得瑪麗在學校不是太開心。 Come on, why aren't you dancing? Enjoy yourselves! 快過來,你們怎麽不跳舞啊?痛痛快快地跳吧! Taking pleasure in something
Enjoy! informal
something you say to someone when you have given them something and you want them to enjoy it 好好享用吧! Here are your drinks. Enjoy! 這是您的飲料。請慢用! InterjectionsSounds used as interjections
(Definition of enjoy verb (PLEASURE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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