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UK (US -flavored) uk   / -fleɪ.vəd/  us   / -fleɪ.vɚd/
tasting of the thing stated: orange-flavoured chocolate mint-flavoured sweets
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in Chinese (Simplified) 有…味的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有…味的…
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