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Translation of "savoury" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

savoury

adjective UK ( US savory)     /ˈseɪ.vər.i/ US  /-vɚ-/
Savoury food is salty or spicy and not sweet in taste 鹹的;辛辣的 savoury dumplings/pancakes 鹹湯圓/薄餅 Flavours and tastes If you say that something is not savoury, you mean that it is not pleasant or socially acceptable 令人愉快的;名聲好的;受歡迎的 That hotel doesn't have a very savoury reputation. 那家旅館的聲譽不太好。 Morality and rules of behaviour
Translations of “savoury”
in Korean 풍미있는…
in Arabic مالِح…
in Portuguese salgado…
in Catalan salat…
in Japanese (英)塩味の, 辛い…
in Italian salato…
in Russian несладкий…
in Turkish tuzlu, baharatlı, lezzetli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咸的, 辛辣的, 令人愉快的…
in Polish pikantny…
(Definition of savoury from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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