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English definition of “flavor”

flavor

noun [C/U] (Cdn Br flavour)    /ˈfleɪ·vər/
the particular way a substance, esp. food or drink, is recognized from its taste and smell: [C] We sell 32 different flavors of ice cream. [U] This soup doesn’t have much flavor. [U] fig. This brief description should give you a flavor of what the book is like (= show you the character of the book). flavor (Cdn Br flavour)    /ˈfleɪ·vər/ verb [T] Use some garlic to flavor the stew.
(Definition of flavor noun from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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