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essence

noun [C or U] (SMELL/TASTE) 气味/味道     /ˈes.ənts/
a strong liquid, usually from a plant or flower, that is used to add a flavour or smell to something (通常取自植物或花的)香精,香料,精油 vanilla essence 香草香精 essence of violets 紫罗兰香精 Toiletry and perfumesAdditives in food and drinks
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