Definition of 'flavouring'
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They claim appetite is suppressed by the nicotine and food flavourings some e-cigs contain. The Sun (2016)At the moment there is no statutory declaration of the nature of food flavourings. E For Additives (1987)Avoid foods that have been chemically processed and which contain a wide range of preservatives and flavourings. Healthy By Nature (1994)These are made without artificial sweeteners or flavourings. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Unlike the other brands, it also contains added flavourings. Times, Sunday Times (2010)At least it's free from flavourings and artificial preservatives. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Mix in flavourings and colouring. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Although it contains some natural lemon and lime flavourings, it has intense artificial sweeteners, which some people are very keen to avoid. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'flavouring'
British English: flavouring /ˈfleɪvərɪŋ/ NOUN
Flavourings are substances that are added to food or drink to give it a particular taste.
- American English: flavoring
- Arabic: مُنَكِّه
- Brazilian Portuguese: tempero
- Chinese: 调味料
- Croatian: začini
- Czech: aroma
- Danish: smagsstof
- Dutch: smaakstof
- European Spanish: condimento
- Finnish: mauste
- French: arôme
- German: Geschmacksstoff
- Greek: καρύκευμα
- Italian: aroma
- Japanese: 調味料
- Korean: 향료
- Norwegian: smakstilsetning
- Polish: przyprawa
- European Portuguese: condimentos
- Romanian: condiment
- Russian: приправа
- Spanish: condimento
- Swedish: smaksättning
- Thai: สิ่งปรุงรส
- Turkish: lezzet katıcı
- Ukrainian: приправа
- Vietnamese: chất tạo mùi vị
Definition of flavouring from the Collins English Dictionary
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