In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1they won't relish having to walk — no les va a hacer ninguna / ni pizca de gracia tener que ir a pie
- I don't relish the thought/prospect of ... — no me entusiasma / no me hace ninguna gracia la idea/perspectiva de ...
- if you like horror movies, you'll relish this one — si te gustan las películas de terror, esta te va a encantar / disfrutarás muchísimo de esta
- she smiled, relishing her moment of triumph — se sonrió, saboreando su momento de triunfo
gen a base de frutas fritas o confitadas
4(enjoyment)with relish — con gusto
- to have a relish for sth — disfrutar mucho de algo
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