(Latin: loose; slack)

relish (verb), relishes; relished; relishing
1. To enjoy the thought of something that a person is going to do: Joyce and Jim relish traveling to new places whenever they can.
2. To taste or to eat food with pleasure and to like the flavor of it: People often crowd into the local restaurant because they relish the meals that are served there.
3. Etymology: from Latin relaxare, "to relax."
To take pleasure that something is going to happen.
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