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Meaning of “taste” - Learner’s Dictionary

taste

verb     /teɪst/
taste funny/nice/sweet, etc
B1 If food tastes a particular way, it has that flavour: This sauce tastes strange. It tastes of chocolate.Flavours and tastes
can taste sth
to be able to experience a particular flavour in a food: You can really taste the garlic in it.Flavours and tastesEatingBiting, chewing and swallowing
B1 [T] to put food or drink in your mouth to find out what its flavour is like: I always taste food while I'm cooking it.Flavours and tastes
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