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indulge

verb   /ɪnˈdʌldʒ/
indulge (in something); indulge yourself (with something)
to let yourself do or have something that you enjoy but that may be bad for you darse un capricho, darse el gusto (de algo) They indulged in a bit of gossip. Go on, indulge yourself! Have another chocolate.
(Definition of indulge from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

indulge

verb /inˈdaldʒ/
to allow (a person) to do or have what he wishes consentir You shouldn’t indulge that child so much.
to follow (a wish, interest etc) entregarse (a), complacer He indulges his love of food by dining at expensive restaurants.
to allow (oneself) a luxury etc darse (un/el) gusto Life would be very dull if we never indulged (ourselves).
indulgence noun
complacencia, satisfacción sheer indulgence.
indulgent adjective
willing to allow people to do or have what they wish (often to too great an extent) indulgente an indulgent parent.
indulge in phrasal verb
to give way to (an inclination, emotion etc) dejarse llevar, entregarse (a) She indulged in tears / in a fit of temper.
(Definition of indulge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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