English - Vietnamese Dictionary
enjoyment /in'dʤɔimənt /Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự thích thú, sự khoái trá
- sự được hưởng, sự được, sự có được
+the pleasure felt when having a good time
+act of receiving pleasure from something
+(law) the exercise of the legal right to enjoy the benefits of owning property
Advanced English Dictionary
1 pleasure, delight, joy, gratification, satisfaction, relish, zest, delectation, recreation, entertainment, diversion, amusement:
The public has derived much enjoyment from Shaw's plays.
2 use, utilization, exercise, possession; benefit, advantage:
As a member, you are entitled to the enjoyment of all club privileges.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [U] the pleasure that you get from sth: He spoiled my enjoyment of the game by talking all through it. + The rules are there to ensure everyone's safety and enjoyment. + Children seem to have lost their enjoyment in reading. + I get a lot of enjoyment from my grandchildren. + Do you get any enjoyment out of this type of work?
2 [C] something that gives you pleasure: Children like to share interests and enjoyments with their parents.
3 [U] ~ of sth (formal) the fact of having and using sth: the enjoyment of equal rights
full, great, huge, maximum, real
A large income is not necessary for the full enjoyment of life.
| pure, sheer
For sheer enjoyment, you can't beat this game.
| evident, obvious | quiet, simple
VERB + ENJOYMENT
derive, find, get, have
They found real enjoyment just in being together.
| bring (sb), give sb, provide (sb with)
The show brought enjoyment to millions of viewers.
| add to, enhance, increase
Food is there to keep you healthy and enhance your enjoyment of life.
for (sb's) ~
I play rugby purely for enjoyment.
| with ~
Mackie was smiling with enjoyment.
| ~ in
The noise really spoilt her enjoyment in living there.
a source of enjoyment
Her little grandson has been a source of great enjoyment to her.
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