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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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