(n.) = treat. Ex: In the summer months one of the greatest treats of all is home-made mayonnaise; a thick mass of unctuous golden ointment, perfect for dipping slices of raw vegetables. ---- * ser una gozada = be a treat. (v.) = enjoy ; have + a good time ; have + a great time. Ex: The contentment can only be alarming, however, in the context both of the needs of information education for the future and the much higher levels of resources enjoyed by the principal competitors of SLIS. Ex: And no matter how set everyone is to have a good time, it is difficult to do more than make the cheerful best of things if the picnic is held, for some crazy reason, on a stinking garbage dump in pouring rain. Ex: The author describes a three-day outing to Wales in which he hiked, camped, participated in rock climbing and abseiling, and had a great time. ---- * gozar como un enan = enjoy + every minute of. * gozar como un enano = love + every minute of it ; have + a ball ; have + a whale of a time ; have + the time of + Posesivo + life ; live it up ; have + a field day ; have + a blast. * gozar de = enjoy. * gozar de lo lindo = love + every minute of it ; have + a ball ; have + a whale of a time ; enjoy + every minute of ; have + the time of + Posesivo + life ; live it up ; have + a field day ; have + a blast ; have + a field day. * gozar de una buena salud = enjoy + good health. * hacer gozar = delight.