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flavor 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈflāvər/,
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flavours, plural; flavors, plural;
  1. Alter or enhance the taste of (food or drink) by adding a particular ingredient
    • - they use a wide range of spices to flavor their foods
    • - chunks of chicken flavored with herbs
  2. Give a distinctive quality to
    • - the faint exasperation that had flavored her tone
Noun
  1. The distinctive taste of a food or drink
    • - the yogurt comes in eight fruit flavors
    • - adding sun-dried tomatoes gives the sauce extra flavor
  2. The general quality of taste in a food
    • - no other cracker adds so much flavor to the cheese
  3. A substance used to alter or enhance the taste of food or drink; a flavoring
    • - we use vanilla and almond flavors
  4. An indication of the essential character of something
    • - the extracts give a flavor of the content and tone of the conversation
  5. A distinctive quality or atmosphere
    • - whitewashed walls and red pantiles gave the resort a Mediterranean flavor
  6. A kind, variety, or sort
    • - various flavors of firewall are evolving
  7. A quantized property of quarks that differentiates them into at least six varieties (up, down, charmed, strange, top, bottom)


  1. season: lend flavor to; "Season the chicken breast after roasting it"
  2. spirit: the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people; "the feel of the city excited him"; "a clergyman improved the tone of the meeting"; "it had the smell of treason"
  3. relish: the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth
  4. (physics) the six kinds of quarks
  5. (flavorful) full of flavor
  6. Flavor or flavour (see spelling differences) is the sensory impression of a food or other substance, and is determined mainly by the chemical senses of taste and smell. ...
  7. In particle physics, flavour or flavor is a quantum number of elementary particles. In quantum chromodynamics, flavour is a global symmetry. In the electroweak theory, on the other hand, this symmetry is broken, and flavour-changing processes exist, such as quark decay or neutrino oscillations.
  8. It is through the aromas of wine that wine is actually tasted. The human tongue is limited to the primary tastes perceived by taste receptors on the tongue-acidity, bitterness, saltiness, sweetness and umami. ...
  9. (Flavors (2004 film)) Flavors is a 2004 romantic comedy film concerning Indian immigrants in America. It was written and directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK and is their second collaboration after Shaadi.com (2001).
  10. (Flavors (album)) Tiffany Affair is an American R&B girl group, composed of teenagers Ayanna (born 1988), Bianca (born 1988), and Gabrielle (born 1990). It was originally a quartet but then later became a trio. The girls were brought to Reprise's attention by guitarist Robert Randolph. ...
  11. The quality produced by the sensation of taste; A substance used to produce a taste; flavoring; A variety of tastes attributed to an object; The characteristic quality of something; A type of something; a term used to name the six types of quarks (top, bottom, strange, charmed, up, and down) or ...
  12. Flavored condoms have a mild, often mint flavor, and are worn when receiving oral sex.
  13. What Is Flavored Tea
  14. (flavors) Odors perceived in the mouth.
  15. (31 flavors) Apparently the number of fundamental desirable flavors realizable in ice cream, according to research by Baskin Robbins.
  16. (Flavors) Both e-liquid and cartridges come in a variety of flavors, from blueberry to coffee to vanilla, depending on the brand.
  17. (Flavors) The aromatic components of wine that define its varietal characteristics as noted in the mouth.
  18. (flavors) an object-oriented programming system furnished by some Lisp dialects.
  19. Flavor is the most ambiguous term of all. Acidity has something to do with flavor, and so do body and aroma. Some coffees simply have a fuller, richer flavor than others, whereas other coffees have an acidy tang, for instance, that tends to dominate everything else. ...
  20. The experience of aromatics once the coffee is in the mouth.
  21. How the wine tastes.
  22. method of describing the quarks. Up, down, strange, charm, bottom, and top are the flavors of quarks.
  23. Just a general term to describe the overall impression you get from a coffee.
  24. In cupping, or sensory evaluation of coffee, flavor is what distinguishes the sensory experience of coffee once its acidity, body and aroma have been described.
  25. The total impression of Aroma , Acidity , and Body.