English version

gusto

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgustogus‧to /ˈɡʌstəʊ $ -toʊ/ noun [uncountable]   with gusto
Examples from the Corpus
gustoHe played tennis with them under the willow-trees by college, playing not well but with a brisk gusto.She would dig and cultivate her plants with great gusto and had one of the finest gardens in the Institute compound.Soon after the goats ate the berries, they began prancing around with unusual gusto.Through college and beyond, we decorated the place and celebrated with gusto.Women first are presented as bloodsucking threats, then impaled with gusto.Her brother, jovial Fabio Sementilli, reinvented his models with gusto while clad in a kilt.Eddy knows how to write page-turning, tense prose, and whips through big set-piece scenes with gusto.
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