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relish
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
relish /'reliʃ/
  • danh từ
    • đồ gia vị (nước xốt, nước chấm...)
    • mùi vị, hương vị (của thức ăn)
      • meat has no relish when one is ill: người ốm thì ăn thịt chẳng thấy mùi vị gì
    • vẻ lôi cuốn, vẻ hấp dẫn; điều gây hứng thú, ý vị
      • horseplay loses its relish after childhood: qua tuổi thơ ấu các trò chơi ầm ỹ mất vẻ hấp dẫn (không có gì là hứng thú)
    • sự hứng thú, sự thú vị, sự thích thú
      • to eat something with great relish: ăn thứ gì rất thích thú
      • to have no relish for something: không thú vị cái gì
    • hunger is the best relish
      • (tục ngữ) đói thì ăn gì cũng ngon
  • ngoại động từ
    • thêm gia vị (cho món ăn)
    • nếm, hưởng, thưởng thức
    • thú vị, thích thú, ưa thích
      • to relish reading Shakespeare: thích đọc Sếch-xpia
  • nội động từ
    • (+ of) có vị, có mùi
      • to relish of preper: có vị hạt tiêu
Concise Dictionary
relishes|relished|relishing'relɪʃ
noun
+vigorous and enthusiastic enjoyment
+spicy or savory condiment
+the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth
verb
+derive or receive pleasure from; get enjoyment from; take pleasure in
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 enjoyment, pleasure, delight, gusto, eagerness, avidity, anticipation, taste, appetite, zest, liking, appreciation, fondness, fancy, partiality, preference:
The children attacked the birthday cake with great relish.
v.
2 enjoy, delight in, take pleasure in, fancy, be partial to, appreciate, savour, look forward to, anticipate:
After all that dining out, I'd really relish a home-cooked meal. I don't relish having to tell her she is being made redundant.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun
+ verb
to get great pleasure from sth; to want very much to do or have sth: [VN] to relish a fight / challenge / debate + to relish the idea / thought of sth + I don't relish the prospect of getting up early tomorrow. + [V -ing] Nobody relishes cleaning the oven. [also VN -ing]
+ noun
1 [U] (written) great enjoyment or pleasure: She savoured the moment with obvious relish.
2 [U, C] a cold thick spicy sauce made from fruit and vegetables that have been boiled, served with meat, cheese, etc.
Collocation Dictionary
verb

ADV.

positively, really | not particularly
He did not particularly relish the prospect of a meeting with his boss.
| rather | clearly, obviously | secretly
She secretly relished the thought of being alone with him.

VERB + RELISH

appear to, seem to



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