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best of both worlds

The most ideal or desirable attributes of two different things, situations, or circumstances. We hope that by forming a bipartisan committee we will be able form a body that represents the best of both worlds. I believe that living at college gives you the best of both worlds: a place where both study and social life can thrive.
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enjoy your meal

An expression said by a server upon serving food in a restaurant. Here's the pasta for you, and the salmon for you, sir. Enjoy your meal.
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*best of both worlds

a situation wherein one can enjoy two different opportunities. (*Typically: enjoy ~; have ~; live in ~.) When Don was a fellow at the university, he had the privileges of a professor and the freedom of a student. He had the best of both worlds. Donna hated to have to choose between retirement and continuing working. She wanted to do both so she could live in the best of both worlds.
See also: both, of, world

Enjoy your meal,

an expression used by food servers after the food has been served. The waiter set the plates on the table, smiled, and said, "Enjoy your meal." Waiter: Here's your dinner. Jane: Oh, this lobster looks lovely! Tom: My steak looks just perfect. Waiter: Enjoy your meal.
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enjoy oneself

To have a pleasurable or satisfactory time.
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Using the profiles we have identified above, we see that some of the participants want the group to operate as Preservers (uphold tradition), others as Enjoyers (socializing and recreation), others as Presenters (impress their audience).
Others are more committed to the strategy of Enjoyers, and may develop a more intense focus on the activities after the performance than during the dance itself.
The Council may define its mandate to support Presenters and Creators for example, but not Enjoyers.
It has two aspects: freedom from the sense of the phenomenal ego-consciousness (ahamkara), which claims the ego to be the ultimate subject of all actions; and freedom from the passion of the ego to cling to the fruits of actions, as if the ego is the sole enjoyer of all the actions (mamakara).
Enjoyers of this year's Eid al-Fitr did not however forget to pay tribute to their defenders; the army and security martyrs who sacrificed their souls to protect Syria and the lives of the Syrians during the crisis their country is experiencing.
While it is clear that Ellie enjoys the way the genre provides her the opportunity to dream in the same way that Caroline does in the group of unqualified enjoyers, it is more difficult to decipher the source of her feelings of hate for the genre.
A communication professional attempting to convince skilled employees to return to the company on a part-time or temporary basis after retirement will have far greater success in motivating an audience of Upbeat Enjoyers to do so than one made up of Financial Positives.
Based on their answers, they were broken down into four groups: Upbeat Enjoyers (22%), Insecure (29%), Threatened Actives (21%), and Financial Positives (28%).
Far more than the other segments, Upbeat Enjoyers are optimistic about their future and feel their best years are now and yet to come, and they want to remain active.
As for their appearance, Upbeat Enjoyers believe they have become more attractive with age.
TCM's MOGULS & MOVIE STARS survey included 1,000 adults, with 43% who identified themselves as "classic film enjoyers.
Source: Turner Research; based on results from the Synovate e-Nation Omnibus Study; conducted 10/20-10/22/10; total sample represents 1,000 respondents among adults 18+; 43% of the total sample were "classic film enjoyers.
They are fixers, but they are also enjoyers of life.
I think it's going to be fantastic, a delight for enjoyers of real rugby.
It's not only local fine diners and enjoyers of cocktails who will feel the benefits of Bayley Lane.