Definition of 'enjoy'
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Example sentences containing 'enjoy'
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These assets must be protected for future generations to enjoy and benefit from. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Fingers crossed the couple will enjoy many more holidays together after this. The Sun (2017)It has to offer you good experience and be something you enjoy and find fulfilling. The Sun (2016)It was the simple idea to allow people of that age to go into hospitals and enjoy the experience. The Sun (2016)And he always enjoyed a challenge. The Sun (2017)You enjoy the company of others, but also need time alone. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And besides, we always end up enjoying the show anyway. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I was indeed enjoying my own company. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Let them give him a Champions League for it so he can enjoy it and take it home. The Sun (2016)You have to feel for him as well as enjoying his company. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We get on so well and want to enjoy this fantastic experience. The Sun (2015)You would really enjoy and benefit from this program. Christianity Today (2000)Why starve herself to look thin in pictures that she does not appear to enjoy having taken? Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is to be enjoyed like a holiday trip. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Hawker has always enjoyed the great outdoors. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He enjoyed the company of his conquests and relished the flattery. The Sun (2010)Not the sort of golfing experience he enjoys. The Sun (2011)By using liquid peat or moor you can enjoy the health benefits at home. Body Odour (1994)Sometimes enjoying yourself takes a bit of work. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He aims to buy properties and enjoy a holiday. The Sun (2014)Letting people pay at the door shows the world people want to be there enjoying the experience. The Sun (2012)But it is possible to enjoy your holiday without piling the pounds. The Sun (2008)But he told me to enjoy the experience. The Sun (2011)The bad news is that you might have to wait a few years before enjoying the full benefits. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So what is fair about those on benefits enjoying a bigger rise in income than those in work? The Sun (2012) Take time to enjoy the sensation. Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991)Learn to enjoy your own company. POSITIVE THINKING: Everything you have always known about positive thinking but were afraid to put into practice (2001)But Ireland have always enjoyed upsetting the odds. The Sun (2012)I have always enjoyed being single and independent. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'enjoy'
British English: enjoy /ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/ VERB
If you enjoy something, it gives you pleasure and satisfaction.
I enjoy playing cricket.
- American English: enjoy
- Arabic: يَسْتَمْتِعُ بِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: curtir divertir
- Chinese: 享受
- Croatian: uživati
- Czech: užívat si
- Danish: nyde
- Dutch: genieten
- European Spanish: disfrutar
- Finnish: nauttia
- French: apprécier
- German: genießen
- Greek: απολαμβάνω
- Italian: divertirsi
- Japanese: 楽しむ
- Korean: 즐기다
- Norwegian: nyte
- Polish: ucieszyć się
- European Portuguese: desfrutar divertir
- Romanian: a se bucura
- Russian: получать удовольствие (от чего-либо)
- Spanish: disfrutar
- Swedish: ha roligt
- Thai: สนุกสนาน
- Turkish: hoşlanmak
- Ukrainian: насолоджуватися
- Vietnamese: vui thích
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