- = relish, like, delight in, revel in, luxuriate in, gloat over •
We won't pretend we savour the prospect of a month in prison.
- = enjoy, appreciate, relish, delight in, revel in, partake of, drool over, luxuriate in, enjoy to the full, smack your lips over •
Savour the flavour of each mouthful.
- = flavour, taste, smell, relish, smack, zest, tang, zing (informal), piquancy •
The rich savour of the beans give this dish its character.
- = zest, interest, spice, excitement, salt, flavour •
Life without Anna had no savour.
- = trace, distinctive quality
See savour of something
- = suggest, show signs of, smack of, verge on, be indicative of, partake of, bear the hallmarks of, be suggestive of
'savour' in Other Languages
- British English: savour If you savour an experience, you enjoy it as much as you can. VERBShe savoured her newfound freedom.
- Brazilian Portuguese: apreciar
- Chinese: 尽情享受尽盡情享受
- European Spanish: saborear
- French: savourer
- German: genießen
- Italian: assaporare
- Japanese: 味わう
- Korean: 만끽하다
- Portuguese: apreciar
- Spanish: saborear
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