enjoyverb [T]uk /ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/ us /ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/
enjoy verb [T] (PLEASURE)
- I'm ready to go home now but I don't want to drag you away if you're enjoying yourself.
- The beer festival was a huge open-air event with music, stalls and everyone enjoying themselves.
- Time passes so quickly when you're enjoying yourself.
- Don't be spoilsport - let the children enjoy themselves a little!
- We all enjoyed ourselves tremendously at the party.
- I used to enjoy going to the theatre, but I don't get much opportunity now.
- After a hard day's work I enjoy a beer or two.
- "It was very kind of you to look after the baby all day." "Oh, it was nothing, I enjoyed it."
- I enjoyed my course at first, but after a time I got bored with it.
- The whole family was enjoying a leisurely stroll in the sunshine.
- bask in sth
- bask/bathe in reflected glory idiom
- be a glutton for punishment idiom
- be a great one for sth idiom
- have a ball idiom
- have a field day idiom
- have a rare old time idiom
- revel in sth
- ride (on) a wave of sth idiom
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enjoy verb [T] (GOOD THING)
- almost/nearly die of sth idiom
- be a martyr to sth idiom
- be a victim of your own success idiom
- be devoured by sth idiom
- get the short end of the stick idiom
- get/have your fingers burned idiom
- go through sth
- ups and downs