- v. 享受；喜欢
- vt. 喜欢; 欣赏 get happiness from; appreciate (view, etc.)
- vt. 享有,享受 possess or use sth good
- vt. 玩得快乐,过得快活 be happy; experience pleasure
derive or receive pleasure from; get enjoyment from; take pleasure in;
"She relished her fame and basked in her glory"
have benefit from;
get pleasure from;
"I love cooking"
have for one's benefit;
"The industry enjoyed a boom"
take delight in;
"he delights in his granddaughter"
- Now that I am free, I can enjoy music for a while.
- They enjoy the fruits of their hard labor.
- How did you enjoy the concert?
- I enjoy reading Mark Twain's autobiography.
- Mary received the gift from her friend and she enjoyed it very much.
- The party was dull at first, but Robert's humour soon broke the ice and then everyone enjoyed it very much.
- Dancing is a dull business,I've never learned to enjoy it.
- The new play was good and everybody enjoyed it.
- We enjoyed the concert very much.
- Mary does not enjoy parties, and usually keeps herself aloof from the other guests, not joining in conversation.
- She enjoys the life of a student at the university.
- All over the world men and women, boys and girls enjoy sports.
- Did you enjoy your trip?
- If you come in with us, we're sure to enjoy your company.
- We sat down to study and enjoy this singular spectacle.
- They all went to enjoy the cherry blossoms.
- Let me enjoy the football game a few minutes.
- She enjoyed the music for less than five minutes before she was wanted on the phone.
- She pored over the picture book in silence, enjoying the colours.
- He spent a whole month just kicking around the countryside, enjoying the peace and quiet.
- We walked along the path, enjoying the glow of the rising sun.
- The painting is organized about a young reaper enjoying his noonday rest.
- She is someone who loves people and enjoys life.
- The old woman has always enjoyed very good health.
- From his remarks,I inferred that he hadn't enjoyed his holiday.
- Yes, we enjoyed the holiday and brought away happy memories of the island.
- The single child of a couple enjoys free medical care.
- They are entitled to enjoy many advantages and privileges.
- This will prevent them from abusing their power and enjoying special privileges.
- Citizens enjoy freedom of speech.
- In our country women enjoy equal rights with men in political life as well as in family life.
- The Constitution defines that women enjoy exactly the same rights as men.《
- He enjoyed a certain prestige among the students.
- They enjoyed their fill of happiness and freedom for the first time.
- I feel that we enjoy great advantages from the inventions of others.
- They are the first to bear hardships, the last to enjoy comforts.
- Chinese citizens enjoy the freedom to believe in religion and the freedom not to believe in it and to propagate atheism.
- I enjoy galloping over the fields.
- I enjoy collecting new idioms.
- I enjoy reading the Chinese classics.
- In her spare time she enjoyed reading novels or going to the park.
- Little boys enjoy reading picture books.
- She enjoys lounging around the pool.
- The children enjoyed hiding in the bushes.
- The children enjoyed relating their imaginary adventures to the visitors.
- Children enjoy kicking piles of dead leaves around.
- The boys enjoy kicking a football about a field.
- The children enjoy growing flowers from seed.
- The children enjoyed playing by the sea, kicking up the sand into each other's faces.
- He enjoys boating and swimming.
- Painting is something that I really enjoy doing.
- Most students enjoy asking questions in English.
- After supper he enjoyed taking the children out for long walks.
- Jenny enjoyed talking to you about old times.
- He enjoys giving advice to his students.
- You seem to enjoy finding fault with my work.
- Members of Parliament enjoy fencing with each other on questions which they disagree.
- Shopping is enjoyed by most women.
- enjoy oneself (v.+pron.)
过得快活,感到愉快 be happy; experience pleasure
I hope you'll enjoy yourself.
It's about time you cast off that feeling of gloom and began to enjoy yourself.
How did you enjoy yourselves at the ball?
We enjoyed ourselves during the holidays.
We enjoyed ourselves at the last ball.
After a few drinks we loosened up and began to enjoy ourselves.
On my last visit to Beijing I enjoyed myself to the full.
Everybody enjoyed himself to the full.
Everybody seems to be enjoying himself there.
During the festival, young people enjoy themselves.
He enjoyed himself with wine and women.
他沉溺于酒色之中。enjoy oneself v-ing
He always enjoys himself making fun of others.
They enjoyed themselves playing chess.
- enjoy a good income 有较好的收入
- enjoy a good reputation 有好声誉
- enjoy a large fortune 享有大笔财产
- enjoy benefit 享有利益
- enjoy democracy 享有民主
- enjoy eating in a fine restaurant 喜欢上好餐馆吃饭
- enjoy favourable conditions for... 具有…有利条件
- enjoy free medical care 享受公费医疗
- enjoy freedom and equality 享受自由平等
- enjoy health 享有健康之福
- enjoy high prestige 享有崇高的声望
- enjoy independence 享有独立
- enjoy leisure 享受安闲
- enjoy life 享受人生
- enjoy music 欣赏音乐
- enjoy one's holiday 某人假日过得愉快
- enjoy oneself 过得很快乐
- enjoy poor health 身体不好
- enjoy popularity 享有盛名
- enjoy privileges 享受特权
- enjoy right 享有权利
- enjoy subsidies 享受补助金
- enjoy sympathy 得到同情
- enjoy the confidence of one's friends 受到朋友们的信赖
- enjoy the cool air 喜欢乘凉
- enjoy the esteem of one's friends 受到朋友们的尊重
- enjoy the New Year's Eve 欢度除夕
- enjoy the performance 欣赏演出
- enjoy the scenery 观赏景色
- enjoy walking around the pond for some time 喜欢在池塘周围走上一阵子
- enjoy absolutely 绝对喜欢
- enjoy accidentally 意外地喜欢
- enjoy acutely 敏锐地欣赏
- enjoy aesthetically 艺术地欣赏
- enjoy amazingly 吃惊地欣赏
- enjoy casually 偶尔喜欢
- enjoy consciously 有意识地欣赏
- enjoy critically 用评论的眼光去欣赏
- enjoy deliberately 故意喜欢
- enjoy delightfully 愉快地欣赏
- enjoy domestically 内部欣赏
- enjoy entirely 完全喜欢
- enjoy episodically 偶尔地喜欢
- enjoy exclusively 完全喜欢
- enjoy extremely 非常喜欢
- enjoy feverishly 兴奋地欣赏
- enjoy fully 饱览
- enjoy fundamentally 基本上喜欢
- enjoy gradually 渐渐喜欢
- enjoy greatly 尽情地享受,非常欣赏
- enjoy growingly 渐渐喜欢
- enjoy habitually 惯常地欣赏
- enjoy heartily 非常喜欢
- enjoy hugely 非常地快活
- enjoy idly 无聊地欣赏
- enjoy instinctively 凭本能去欣赏
- enjoy intensely 尽情地享受
- enjoy intuitively 凭直觉去欣赏
- enjoy keenly 深表欣赏
- enjoy languidly 懒散地欣赏
- enjoy mentally 用心欣赏
- enjoy momentarily 顷刻之间地喜欢
- enjoy mutually 相互喜欢
- enjoy noiselessly 悄悄地喜欢
- enjoy nominally 名义上喜欢
- enjoy overwhelmingly 过分喜欢
- enjoy passively 消极欣赏
- enjoy personally 个人享受
- enjoy profoundly 深刻地欣赏
- enjoy reasonably 理智地欣赏
- enjoy righteously 理所当然地喜欢
- enjoy superficially 表面上喜欢
- enjoy symbolically 象征性地喜欢
- enjoy tentatively 暂时性地喜欢
- enjoy thoroughly 玩个痛快
- enjoy tremendously 强烈地喜欢
- enjoy trivially 不重要地喜欢
- enjoy unaccountably 莫名其妙地喜欢
- enjoy unconsciously 不知不觉地欣赏
- enjoy universally 完全喜欢
- enjoy very much 尽情地享受,非常欣赏
- enjoy whole-heartedly 由衷地喜爱
Don't pretend you enjoyed lunch, for you loathed it.出自： E. M. Forster
I enjoy hunting.
We enjoyed the holidays.
- enjoy, appreciate
- She appreciated a work of art.她欣赏一件艺术品。
- They all went to enjoy the cherry blossoms.他们都去观赏樱桃花了。
- I think everyone enjoyed your wonderful party the other night.我想大家都欣赏那天晚上你举行的精彩的晚会。
- I am incapable of appreciating classical music.我不会欣赏古典音乐。
- I appreciate your help.我感激你的帮助。
- I really appreciate your advice.真是感激你的忠告。
- enjoy, like, love
- like表示一般意义上的“喜欢”, enjoy带有欣赏性质的“喜欢,喜爱”,且含“享受”之义,而love指炽烈的爱恋,感情比like深刻。例如:
- Leave whenever you like.随便什么时候离开都可以。
- I was learning and enjoying it like any child.我就像任何儿童一样学习着,享受着学习的乐趣。
- He can't love but hate.他只能恨不能爱。
误 Did you enjoy very much at the party?
正 Did you enjoy yourself very much at the party?
析 enjoy后面一定要有宾语,一般说到“嬉笑,玩得痛快”时,可以用enjoy oneself来表示。我不喜欢在炎热的夏季旅行。
误 I don't enjoy to travel in hot summers.
正 I don't enjoy travelling in hot summers.孩子们喜欢穿上妈妈旧时的衣服玩。
误 The children enjoy that they dress up in Mother's old clothes.
正 The children enjoy dressing up in Mother's old clothes.
误 My friends asked me to enjoy the Spring Festival with them.
正 My friends asked me to spend the Spring Festival with them.
析 表示“度假”“度节”可说 spend〔pass〕 the holiday〔festival〕,一般不说 enjoy the holiday〔festival〕。她身体不健康。
误 She enjoys poor health.
正 She doesn't enjoy good health.
正 She has bad health.
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的enjoir：en (使得） + joir (开心），意为令人高兴；最初源自古典拉丁语的gaudere，意为高兴。