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Definição de 'relish'

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Sinônimos de "relish"
Sinônimos de "relish"
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Definição Portuguesa de "relish"
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Exemplos de frases que contêm relish

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They always recover and seem to relish the challenge. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She was the only member of staff but relished the opportunity to broaden her expertise. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Explain how much you relish your own space and independence. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For us as a group of coaches, we are relishing the challenge of preparing it. The Sun (2016)Everything needs time and I also want to relish it a bit. The Sun (2016)They're clearly relishing a life that's relatively free of media games. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And she is too busy relishing life after getting the good news on January 9 for such things get her down. The Sun (2017)He said:'I relish the challenge of trying to take the club where it wants to go and needs to be. The Sun (2016)The players certainly appear to relish the prospect of their return. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They share a relish of a certain brilliant clarity in their playing. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They all seem to be relishing the challenge. The Sun (2008)You have to relish and enjoy it. The Sun (2016)America and her allies seem to relish the idea. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Most of them are relishing the chance to hone their parenting skills. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What is already evident is how much they relish the opportunity to be pushed. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This year it is seizing that opportunity with relish. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Hence the salty relish of the prospect that lies ahead. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There has always been a certain relish in recounting the decay of flesh. Times, Sunday Times (2006)What he has to do is enjoy it and relish it. The Sun (2015)She has also relished the involvement with an ethical big business. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He would relish the chance to come back and prove people wrong. The Sun (2009)The letters show how genuinely he relished much of what he was doing. Judd, Alan Ford Madox Ford (1990)Both might have made hundreds and each of them was very disappointed to get out when relishing the task. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The fish takes minutes to cook and both relish and sauce could be made ahead and are served cold. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Today he is clearly relishing his freedom and is working on a legal action to contest the fairness of his trial. Times, Sunday Times (2006)What at first look like problems, turn into challenges you relish. The Sun (2012)Nobody relished the idea of confronting Hunt. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But this is a man who just relishes playing football, whether he is wearing the armband or not. The Sun (2012)He has made the wrong choice twice already this season and will not relish getting it wrong for a third time when it really matters. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He is most relishing playing Wilson. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The war had left no trace, except perhaps a little extra excess, a little added relish for what is still the chief national holiday. Diane Purkiss The English Civil War: A People's History (2006)

Sinônimos de relish

look forward to, fancy, long for, delight in

Tendências de relish

Palavra de uso corrente. relish é uma das 10000 palavras mais frequentemente usadas no dicionário Collins

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Traduções de relish

Inglês Britânico: relish VERB
If you relish something, you get a lot of enjoyment from it.
I relish the challenge of doing jobs that others turn down.

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Definição de relish do Collins Dicionário Inglês
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