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Meaning of “flavour” - Learner’s Dictionary

flavour

verb UK ( US flavor)
 
 
/ˈfleɪvər/
[T] to give a particular taste to food or drink: [often passive] This sauce is flavoured with garlic and herbs.Preparing foodPreparing food using heat
cheese/chocolate, etc -flavoured tasting of cheese/chocolate, etc: lemon-flavoured sweetsFlavours and tastes
Translations of “flavour”
in Korean 맛을 내다…
in Arabic يُتَبّل…
in Portuguese dar sabor a, temperar…
in Catalan aromatitzar, condimentar…
in Japanese 味付けをする…
in Italian insaporire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 給(食物或飲品)調味…
in Russian приправлять…
in Turkish lezzetlendirmek, tat vermek, çeşni katmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 给(食物或饮料)调味…
in Polish przyprawiać…
(Definition of flavour verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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