(v) see and enjoy; admire the view
- The Mid-Autumn Festival is an occasion for viewing the full moon.
- He come into my room to admire the full - blow narcissi.
- Japanese ornamental tree with fragrant white or pink blossoms and small yellow fruits.
- He intended to drive his car and admire the view.
- They were all eyes during your presentation.
- I like to watch TV programs which are about sports.
- The seats were placed so that we could admire the view.
- I sat in the front of the Bus to get a good view of the countryside.
- He supported a group of musicians and dancers at the terrace to entertain his banquets.
- inveigle a free pass to the screening of the new film.
- This is positive, you see? This is affirmative, you See? This is final, you see?
- On seeing us, they hastened over.
- See to it personally, Commander.
- Liberties are enjoyed by all citizens.
- I enjoy light wine.
- Goods are theirs that enjoy them
- someone who admires; especially an admirer of a young woman.
- The magnificence of Versailles is admirable to everyone.
- Helen's concern is admirable.