Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Relish"

The meaning of "Relish" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a relish a day mean?
A: 日を楽しむ.
Q: What does relish mean?
A: Enjoy greatly; make pleasant to the taste; add relish to.
Q: What does I relish what he did for me . mean?
A: It means you have a great appreciation for something a person has done for you; (usually a great act of kindness); and are remembering it fondly.
Q: What does relish mean?
A: @Abdullahmaky85: It means to enjoy A LOT.
But it can also be a condiment.

"She relished that the sun was shining again."

"Pass the relish please!"

Example sentences using "Relish"

Q: Please show me example sentences with relish.
A: She was so upset after losing the tennis match. She would relish the chance to beat her opponent next time. The next week they played again and she won. She relished her satisfying victory.

I put mustard and relish on my hotdog. (Relish is also diced sweet pickles).
Q: Please show me example sentences with relish.
A: She stopped to relish in the glory of winning.

There is relish sauce on the table.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to relish.
A: 1. verb

If you relish something, you get a lot of enjoyment from it.

I relish the challenge of doing jobs that others turn down. [VERB noun]

He ate quietly, relishing his meal.[VERB noun]

Synonyms: enjoy, like, prefer, taste   More Synonyms of relish

Relish is also a noun.

The three men ate with relish.

2. verb

If you relish the idea, thought, or prospect of something, you are looking forward to it very much.

Jacqueline is not relishing the prospect of another spell in prison.[VERB noun]

He relished the idea of getting some cash. [VERB noun]

Synonyms: look forward to, fancy[informal], long for, delight in   More Synonyms of relish

3. variable noun

Relish is a sauce or pickle that you eat with other food in order to give the other food more flavour.
Q: Please show me example sentences with relish.
A: I like to eat relish on my hot dog

As a scholar, I relish the idea of lifelong learning
Q: Please show me example sentences with relish.
A: @May5: I like to eat hot dogs with mustard and relish.

She plays the role with great relish.

He took particular relish in pointing out my error.

Synonyms of "Relish" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between relish and enthusiasm ?
A: Relish is more about liking or being fond of and enthusiasm is more about being interested or excited.
Q: What is the difference between relish and condiment ?
A: shiroducki has a great answer. The most commonly used relish is probably Pickle relish. It is often used on hot dogs. The most common condiments are ketchup and mustard (used on hamburgers / hotdogs / fries).
Q: What is the difference between relish and enjoy ?
A: Relish is an older, less common word.
I also would think of relish to mean you're taking your time and enjoying something.

Other questions about "Relish"

Q: Can we say"relish your life"?
A: @wilsonorg: thank you😃
Q: "I relish getting rejected" does this sound natural?
A: It definitely sounds natural depending on the context. If you’re using the sentence in formal writing, then there’s a better way to say it. But if you are saying it to your friends as a joke about flirting, for example, then it’s natural and very funny :)

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