In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(like)I enjoyed the book — disfruté mucho el / del libro
- I enjoy wine/music — me gusta el vino/la música
- I enjoyed the party/my time at college — lo pasé bien en la fiesta/universidad
- just relax and enjoy life — relájate y disfruta (de) la vida
- to enjoy each moment to the full — disfrutar al máximo de cada momento
- you must meet Peter, I think you'll enjoy him — tienes que conocer a Peter, creo que te va a caer bien / te va a gustar
- to enjoy -ing
- I enjoy traveling/reading — disfruto viajando/leyendo
- One endearing aspect of the night was the amount of young people present and enjoying the occasion.
- Now fully recovered from a hip operation, he is enjoying his activity more than ever before.
- She was in great form that day and enjoyed the occasion and meeting up with many of her old friends.
- Well done to all who won medals and to all those who participated and enjoyed the occasion.
- Seriously though, we love sitting down and enjoying a meal together, even better than going out for a meal.
- They allegedly spent the money on watching three movies and enjoying a sumptuous dinner.
- As a reward, they get taken on trips and enjoy activities such as tennis lessons.
- They also enjoyed a buffet lunch and were presented with commemorative badges.
- Primary school children enjoyed a performance of special music.
- Many were just enjoying the holiday event, the music and the fireworks.
- It was great to have a number of people who have only recently joined the party enjoying their first party conference.
- Schools taking part will enjoy activities designed to promote reading as a fun activity.
- This gives them their only opportunity to enjoy the occasional meal out or a drink with friends.
- In spite of the hard work, this is an occasion enjoyed by those who take part.
- Following the tournament, teams enjoyed a buffet lunch followed by a charity auction.
- They had been due to watch the golf on a large screen while enjoying a meal and drinks.
- And the young star cannot wait for the film to be released after enjoying the experience of making it so much.
- However, the pair still enjoyed the race and were delighted with fifth spot.
- The film is mostly a reflection of leisure time and shows activities enjoyed by people at the weekend.
- After setting up their tents, these young people would start enjoying a picnic.
2(have, experience)disfrutar degozar deshe enjoys good health/a high standard of living — disfruta / goza de buena salud/de un nivel de vida alto
- Exempted companies are subject to a number of restrictions and enjoy other benefits.
- The electorate was enjoying the benefit of years of unbroken economic growth.
- Neither did she enjoy the benefits, including access to a pension scheme, that he did.
- Pat enjoys good health and we wish him many more years of health and happiness.
- Girls and boys aiming at university entrance enjoy the many benefits of a boarding and day school.
- She no longer enjoys the benefit of a legal aid certificate.
- Both sides enjoyed spells of possession before Leigh opened the scoring in the eighth minute.
- Now nine-month-old Rosie enjoys good health but her grateful parents know just how close they came to tragedy.
- Mr Stead says access rights enjoyed for decades are now subject to application.
- He said local members also still enjoy considerable further benefits in the absence of estate tax and capital gains tax.
- The youthful looking Mrs. Curran enjoys excellent health and lives life to the full.
- He does not enjoy exclusive possession and hence the unrestricted right to use this.
- The planning process, on the other hand, enjoys the benefits of sequential planning.
- We in this generation are enjoying the benefits of many inventions of the past for little or no money.
- An additional advantage is that it now enjoys the benefit of fuel-efficiency.
- Though retired for many years, he enjoys good health and intends to visit Ireland this year as he did last year.
- They also pointed out that the clergy enjoys some benefits not given to others.
- The only problem is that to enjoy the full benefits you need money - a lot of money.
- Over 2,000 people are enjoying the benefit of being a member of their local library.
- The United Kingdom enjoys the benefits of a mature democracy and a general respect for the rule of law.
1(on serving food)enjoy! — ¡que aproveche! / ¡buen provecho!
1to enjoy oneself — divertirse literary humorous
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