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taste

noun [S] (EXPERIENCE) 經歷     /teɪst/
a short experience of something 短暫的體驗 I had a taste of office work during the summer and that was quite enough. 那年夏天我體驗了一下在辦公室工作的滋味,可真夠我受的。 Samples and examples
(Definition of taste noun (EXPERIENCE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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