To take pleasure in
relish, savor, delight in, luxuriate in, revel in, appreciate, fancy, be pleased with, bask in, feast on, get a kick out of*, get a charge out of*, eat up*, dig*, get off on*; see also like 1.
Antonyms abhor, suffer, endure.
To have the use of
command, hold, possess, have, experience, partake of, have the benefit of, exercise; see also own 1, use 1.
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To receive pleasure from:
To have the use or benefit of:
To have at one's disposal:
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