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taste

verb /teist/
to be aware of, or recognize, the flavour/flavor of something
notar/sentir el sabor
I can taste ginger in this cake.
to test or find out the flavour/flavor or quality of (food etc) by eating or drinking a little of it
probar, degustar
Please taste this and tell me if it is too sweet.
to have a particular flavour/flavor or other quality that is noticed through the act of tasting
saber (a)
This milk tastes sour The sauce tastes of garlic.
to eat (food) especially with enjoyment
saborear
I haven’t tasted such a delicious curry for ages.
to experience
experimentar, probar, conocer
He tasted the delights of country life.
tasteful adjective showing good judgement or taste
de buen gusto
a tasteful flower arrangement.
tastefully adverb
con gusto
The living room was tastefully decorated.
tastefulness noun
buen gusto
tasteless adjective lacking flavour/flavor
insípido
tasteless food.
showing a lack of good taste or judgement
de mal gusto
tasteless behaviour/behavior.
tastelessly adverb
sin gusto
tastelessness noun
falta de sabor, insipidez; mal gusto
-tasting suffix having a (particular kind of) taste
de sabor…, con sabor a…
a sweet-tasting liquid.
tasty adjective ( comparative tastier, superlative tastiest) having a good, especially savoury/savory, flavour/flavor
sabroso
tasty food.
tastiness noun
sabor, lo sabroso
the tastiness of the food/meal.
(Definition of taste from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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