Hindi translation of 'flavour'
flavour [ Am flavor]Word forms: flavours, flavouring, flavoured /ˈfleɪvə ˈफ़्लेइव़अ/
Word forms: flavours, flavouring, flavoured
1. variable noun
The flavour of a food or drink is its taste.
This cheese has a strong flavour.
...fruit-flavoured sparkling water.
2. transitive verb
If you flavour food or drink, you add something to give it a particular taste.
Flavour your favourite dishes with exotic herbs and spices.
3. uncountable noun
The flavour of something is its distinctive characteristic or quality.
His paintings have a strong Italian flavour.
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Example Sentences Including 'flavour'
I could tell I was getting better because the brew tasted like they'd inserted a syringe and extracted all the flavour.SOMEBODY (2002)
The only disadvantage of the piped supply was a slightly metallic flavour to the air.Anti-Ice
Naturally Jasper would pick almond, he was crazy about anything that had a flavour of almonds to it.Something in the Water
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'flavour' in Other Languages
- Arabic: نَكْهَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: sabor
- Chinese: 滋味
- Croatian: okus
- Czech: chuť
- Danish: smag
- Dutch: smaak
- European Spanish: sabor
- Finnish: maku
- French: saveur
- German: Geschmack Geschmäcker
- Greek: γεύση
- Italian: gusto
- Japanese: 味
- Korean: 맛
- Norwegian: smaksvariant
- Polish: smak
- Portuguese: sabor
- Romanian: aromă arome
- Russian: аромат
- Spanish: sabor
- Swedish: smak
- Thai: รสชาติ
- Turkish: tat
- Ukrainian: смак
- Vietnamese: mùi vị
Translation of flavour from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary