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I love the taste of chocolate.
This peach has a sweeter taste than that one.
Our cheeses are very different in texture and taste.
Add salt to taste (=until you like the taste).
Have a taste of this wine.
Would you like a taste?
The illness can produce a loss of smell and taste.
She doesn't have a very strong sense of taste.
They all admired her taste.
Money cannot make up for bad taste and bad manners.
His joke about her divorce was in the worst possible taste.
Our tastes and interests are so different.
The meals are designed to accommodate all tastes.
I don't have expensive tastes (=I don't like expensive things).
The movies appeal to popular taste (=what most people like).
The girls share his taste in music.
Even at a young age he had a taste for books.
Strong black coffee is an acquired taste.
After 16 years in prison, it was their first taste of freedom.
Enjoy a taste of Italy with writer Valentina Harris.
This is the American English definition of taste. View British English definition of taste.
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