English version

revel in Leisure topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrevelrev‧el /ˈrevəl/ verb (revelled, revelling British English, reveled, reveling American English) [intransitive] old use  DLto spend time dancing, eating, drinking etc, especially at a partyrevel noun [countable usually plural] revel in something→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
revelJames Black is a measured, pragmatic Lepidus, who lets down his hair rather memorably at the Romans' revel.He was captivated by the aura and mystique, he revelled in the attention and acclaim.I revelled in the routine normality of wash-days and window-cleaning days and only accepted week-end club dates.If familiarity makes you happy, you will revel in the stock characters, stock situations, stock dialogue and stock direction.They revel in the talent of others.