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taste

noun [S] (EXPERIENCE)
经历
 
 
/teɪst/
a short experience of something
短暂的体验
I had a taste of office work during the summer and that was quite enough.
那年夏天我体验了一下在办公室工作的滋味,可真够我受的。
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Translations of “taste”
in Spanish sabor, gusto, prueba…
in Arabic طَعْم, مَذاق, ذَوق…
in Korean 맛, 미각, 취향…
in Portuguese gosto, sabor, paladar…
in French goût, goûter (à)…
in German der Geschmack, die Kostprobe…
in Catalan gust…
in Japanese 味, 味覚, 好み…
in Russian вкус…
in Chinese (Traditional) 經歷, 短暫的體驗…
in Italian gusto, sapore…
in Turkish tat, lezzet, tat alma…
in Polish smak, gust, upodobanie…
(Definition of taste noun (EXPERIENCE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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