enjoy collocations and examples

 UK /ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/

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1

to get pleasure from something


Adverbs frequently used with enjoy
very much: enormously, greatly, hugely, immensely, really, thoroughly, tremendously, trulyI thoroughly enjoyed the performance and thought all the cast were excellent.rather: quite, ratherWe were very busy that day and, to my surprise, I rather enjoyed it.particularly: especially, particularlyThe girls seemed to particularly enjoy the trip.obviously: clearly, obviouslyThe author obviously enjoys surprising the reader.
2

to have something as a benefit or advantage


Nouns frequently used as the object of enjoy
advantage, benefit, popularity, prestige, privilege, reputation, status, supportThe university enjoys an international reputation for excellence in social sciences and humanities.
 
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