Translation of enjoy in Spanish:

enjoy

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/

vt

  • 1 (like) I enjoyed the book me gustó mucho el libro, disfruté mucho el or 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 (AmE) tienes que conocer a Peter, creo que te va a caer bien or te va a gustarto enjoy -ing I enjoy traveling/reading me gusta viajar/leer, disfruto viajando/leyendo
    More example sentences
    • They allegedly spent the money on watching three movies and enjoying a sumptuous dinner.
    • She was in great form that day and enjoyed the occasion and meeting up with many of her old friends.
    • This gives them their only opportunity to enjoy the occasional meal out or a drink with friends.
  • 2 (have, experience) disfrutar de, gozar* de she enjoys good health/a high standard of living disfruta or goza de buena salud/de un nivel de vida alto
    More example sentences
    • We in this generation are enjoying the benefits of many inventions of the past for little or no money.
    • She no longer enjoys the benefit of a legal aid certificate.
    • An additional advantage is that it now enjoys the benefit of fuel-efficiency.

vi

  • (on serving food) enjoy! ¡que aproveche! or ¡buen provecho!

v refl

  • to enjoy oneself divertirse*, pasarlo bien
    More example sentences
    • The weather was beautiful, hopefully the first of many such pleasant days enjoying ourselves this week.
    • This also means they will probably be buried in books while others are enjoying themselves at parties.
    • All agreed it was a beautiful ceremony and those who watched it live enjoyed themselves immensely until the early hours.

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Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province. Most comunidades autónomas comunidad autónoma comprise at least two or more