Definition of 'tasty'

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Example sentences containing 'tasty'

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Today people are more likely to perceive healthy food as tasty and tasty food as healthy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Treat yourself to a tasty tapas meal too. The Sun (2017)It still serves tasty regional dishes. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Thin chipolatas may be a morning favourite but they can also offer busy families a quick and tasty meal solution at any time of day. The Sun (2016)I realise how much love you need to put into cookery if you want to eat good, tasty food. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Ours is great, clean, tasty food. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I think it's really tasty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My second dish is brilliantly speedy and perfect for those days when you're short on time, but still want something tasty to eat. The Sun (2016)HERE'S a tasty offer too good to resist. The Sun (2006)Get in on their youthful action with this tasty salad. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Good husbandry guarantees fresh and tasty food. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Try these quick and tasty veg treats. The Sun (2012)And the prices are pretty tasty too. The Sun (2016)Serve with fluffy rice for a tasty supper. The Sun (2016)They freeze well and can be made into lots of tasty dishes. The Sun (2008)We move into straight knockout and that should provide a tasty bit of sport. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They are easy to make and tasty to eat. The Sun (2016)We made fruit salad and it was really tasty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Fish is very tasty and exceptionally good for you. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Those coming in fancy dress will receive a tasty treat. The Sun (2011)The dish was tastier than the fish. The Sun (2009)This derby has always been a bit tasty. The Sun (2012)They are all simple to make and really tasty too. The Sun (2016)Each base is topped off with rich tomato sauce and a huge range of tasty meats and fresh vegetables. The Sun (2014)But do we have a right to dismiss shortcuts that could allow busy people to make tasty meals more easily? Times, Sunday Times (2008)They do not run into the arms of another club if the ticket prices are cheaper or the meat pies tastier. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The spinach is pretty tasty too. The Sun (2016)In the days before mayonnaise was available, my grandmother made this tasty salad cream. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You want fun as well as nutritious, tasty food? Times, Sunday Times (2009)I'M on the hunt for a tasty, nutritious meal. The Sun (2013)They can eat normal tasty food and it's not a punishment any more. Times, Sunday Times (2014)For a simple, tasty supper, fry the shallots and garlic in a little olive oil until golden brown. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This seems to show that, with information and education, we can change our perception as to what looks good and tasty. Hanssen, Maurice & Marsden, Jill E For Additives (1987)

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Translations for 'tasty'

British English: tasty /ˈteɪstɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that food, especially savoury food, is tasty, you mean that it has a pleasant and fairly strong flavour which makes it good to eat.
Try this tasty dish for supper.
  • American English: tasty
  • Arabic: لَذِيذ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: gostoso
  • Chinese: 美味的
  • Croatian: ukusan
  • Czech: chutný
  • Danish: velsmagende
  • Dutch: smakelijk
  • European Spanish: sabroso
  • Finnish: maukas
  • French: savoureux
  • German: schmackhaft
  • Greek: γευστικός
  • Italian: saporito
  • Japanese: 味のよい
  • Korean: 맛있는
  • Norwegian: velsmakende
  • Polish: smakowity
  • European Portuguese: gostoso
  • Romanian: savuros
  • Russian: вкусный
  • Latin American Spanish: sabroso
  • Swedish: god
  • Thai: อร่อย
  • Turkish: lezzetli
  • Ukrainian: смачний
  • Vietnamese: ngon

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