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English translation of 'Genuss'

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Genuss

[ɡəˈnʊs ]
masculine nounWord forms: Genusses genitive , Genüsse [ɡəˈnʏsə ] plural
1.  no plural (das Zusichnehmen) consumption
[von Drogen] use
[von Tabak] smoking
der Genuss von Alkohol ist Kindern verboten children are forbidden to consume alcohol (geh)
der übermäßige Genuss von Tabak excessive smoking
nach dem Genuss der Pilze after eating the mushrooms
2.  (Vergnügen) pleasure
etw mit Genuss essen to eat sth with relish
den Wein hat er mit Genuss getrunken he really enjoyed the wine
3.  no plural (Nutznießung)
in den Genuss von etw kommen [von Vergünstigungen] to enjoy sth; [von Rente, Prämie etc] to be in receipt of sth

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Der " Film in Worten " müsste heute nicht mehr ein Film in Worten für den " inneren Bildschirm ", sondern könnte ein Werk voller sichtbarer " Flickerbilder " sein, der Genuss wäre ein anderer.
Die Tageszeitung (2000)
Die frühreife Exampla wirke mit ihrer " beeindruckenden Optik ", Serafina " besticht durch ihre innere und äußere Qualität " und Belladonna " ist ein Genuss für jedermanns Auge und Gaumen ".
Die Tageszeitung (2000)

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