Taste
Taste(n)
UK
teɪst
US
teɪst
Definition: The sensation of flavour perceived in the mouth and throat on contact with a substance.
Meaning: Vị, mùi vị, hương vị
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How to use "Taste" in sentence (example)

Although you will probably never be able to taste one for yourself, staff describes the taste as "deliciously sweet, not stringy, and with an explosive flavor".

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Packed in a jewelry box, you can see the luxury before you can even taste what's inside.

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Since the base recipe for panna cotta produces a very light taste, the dessert is often served "dressed up" with various sauces.

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They taste perfect when eaten with the dips.

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Let's hope they don't develop a taste for people!

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There is something unique about this taste combination.

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They use cinnamon and lemon juice in the pie to make it taste better.

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The bamboo gives this dessert a unique taste.

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She prided herself on her great taste, fashion and practicality combined with an awareness of what people wanted.

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They're named after the malted milkshakes the bars were supposed to taste like.

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After close to 70 years into the game, the brand is as relevant as ever with the addition of influential taste makers such as Kanye West and Pharrell Williams to their stable.

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