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bask
American English: /bæsk/
British English: /bɑːsk/

intransitive verb

  • to bask in the sun
    disfrutar (del color) del sol
    she basked in their adulation
    se deleitaba or se regodeaba con su adulación
    Example sentences
    • He positively basks in this news, delighted at the thought.
    • This two-hour show offers a venue for jazz lovers to bask in the appreciation of the music.
    • Even as he basks in the glory of his school's achievement, he nurses a grudge.

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