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American English: /ˈrɛlɪʃ/
British English: /ˈrɛlɪʃ/

Translation of relish in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • 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


  • 1 (Cookery) 1.1 countable or uncountable (condiment)
    (para condimentar)
    1.2 countable or uncountable (accompaniment)
    (American English) (gen a base de frutas fritas o confitadas)
    1.3 uncountable (flavor)
    Example sentences
    • Being highly concentrated, Worcester sauce is employed mostly as a condiment or an ingredient rather than as a relish like the brown sauce which it superficially resembles.
    • Current retail product categories include dried spice, dipping sauces, chutneys and relishes, and seasoning for white and red meats.
    • Look for stuffed olives, relishes, pickled garlic, or flavored mustards.
  • 2 uncountable (enjoyment) See examples: with relish
    con gusto
    con fruición
    (read/listen to)
    con placer
    con deleite
    con entusiasmo
    con gusto
    to have a relish for something
    disfrutar mucho de algo

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