One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he enjoys playing the piano’
like, love, be fond of, be entertained by, be amused by, be pleased by, find pleasure in, take pleasure in, be keen on, delight in, appreciate, rejoice in, relish, revel in, adore, lap up, savour, luxuriate in, bask in, wallow in, glory in
informal fancy, get a kick out of, get a thrill out of, get a buzz out of, go a bundle on
2‘they enjoyed considerable legal protection’
benefit from, have the benefit of, reap the benefits of, have the advantage, have the use of, have available, avail oneself of, be blessed with, be favoured with, be endowed with, be born with, be possessed of
have, possess, own, boast
archaic participate of
‘she travels purely to enjoy herself’
have fun, have a good time, enjoy life, be happy, live, live life to the full, have the time of one's life
party, make merry, celebrate, revel, roister
have a ball, have a whale of a time, groove, make whoopee, whoop it up, let one's hair down
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