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relish

Pronunciation: /ˈrelɪʃ/

Translation of relish in Spanish:

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • they won't relish having to walk no les va a hacer ninguna or ni pizca de gracia tener que ir a pie I don't relish the thought/prospect of … no me entusiasma or 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 or disfrutarás muchísimo de esta she smiled, relishing her moment of triumph se sonrió, saboreando su momento de triunfo

noun/nombre

  • 2 uncountable/no numerable (enjoyment) with relish con gusto, con fruición [read/listen to] con placer, con deleite [work] con entusiasmo, con gusto to have a relish for sth disfrutar mucho de algo

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