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Translation of "enjoy" - English-Spanish dictionary

enjoy

verb   /ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/
A1 If you enjoy something, it makes you feel happy. disfrutar de I hope you enjoy your meal. I really enjoyed being with him.
enjoy yourself
A2 to like something that you are doing pasarlo bien It was a great party – I really enjoyed myself.
(Definition of enjoy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

enjoy

verb /inˈdʒoi/
to find pleasure in apreciar, disfrutar He enjoyed the meal.
to experience; to be in the habit of having (especially a benefit) disfrutar (de), gozar (de) He enjoyed good health all his life.
enjoyable adjective
agradable, placentero an enjoyable book The meal was most enjoyable.
enjoyment noun
placer, goce the enjoyment of life.
enjoy oneself
to experience pleasure or happiness divertirse She enjoyed herself at the party.
enjoy must be followed by an object: He enjoys reading / We enjoyed ourselves.
(Definition of enjoy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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