Sinônimos de flavour
taste perceived in food or liquid in the mouthThe cheese has a strong flavour.
Nettles have a surprisingly sweet taste.
Our range of herbal teas contains no artificial flavourings.
savour, , , , , , ,
The rich savour of the beans give this dish its character.
Lemon oil adds zest to your cuppa.
Some liked its strong, fruity tang.
a little mustard to add piquancy
a distinctive quality or atmosphereclothes with a nostalgic Forties flavour
He wanted to introduce mature people with leadership qualities.
a feeling of opulence and grandeur
He wanted to get the feel of the place.
A radio signal has both electrical and magnetic properties.
She thought she might have a touch of flu.
Moscow's reforms were socialist in character.
The snowy tree assumed a lifeless aspect.
tone, , , ,
The tone of the letter was very friendly.
Could there have been a slight tinge of envy in her voice?
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in the sense of aspect
appearance or lookThe snowy tree assumed a lifeless aspect.
in the sense of character
a distinguishing quality or characteristicMoscow's reforms were socialist in character.
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