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To enjoy something, or to enjoy yourself

enjoy

verb

to get pleasure from something

like

verb

to enjoy doing something, or to feel that someone or something is pleasant or attractive

delight in

to get a lot of pleasure or enjoyment from something

go in for

to enjoy a particular thing or activity

get

verb

to obtain a benefit or have a positive feeling when you do something

drink in

to experience something with great enjoyment

revel in

to enjoy something very much

love

verb

to like or enjoy something very much

have your fun

to do something that you enjoy or think is funny, especially something that annoys someone else

take/find pleasure in (doing) something

to enjoy doing something very much

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