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savour
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
savour /'seivə/
  • danh từ ((từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) (cũng) savor)
    • vị, mùi vị; hương vị
    • (nghĩa bóng) hơi hướng, nét, vẻ
      • a savour of preciosity: hơi hướng của sự cầu kỳ, vẻ cầu kỳ
  • động từ
    • thưởng thức, nếm náp, nhắm
    • có hơi hướng, phảng phất, thoáng có vẻ
      • the ofer savoured of impertinence: lời đề nghị thoáng có vẻ láo xược
      • this dish savours of curry: món ăn này thoáng có mùi ca ri
    • (từ hiếm,nghĩa hiếm) làm cho đậm đà, làm cho có hương vị
Concise Dictionary
savours|savoured|savouring'seɪvə(r)
noun
+the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth
verb
+have flavor; taste of something
+give taste to
+taste appreciatively
+derive or receive pleasure from; get enjoyment from; take pleasure in

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 taste, flavour, zest, tang, smack, piquancy:
These poached peaches have a savour of brandy about them.
2 hint, suggestion, odour, scent, fragrance, smell, perfume, redolence, bouquet, breath, trace, quality, soupçon, dash:
He preferred talking about the savour rather than the odour of sanctity, for alliteration's sake.
v.
3 taste, sample, perceive, detect, sense, discern, mark, descry, observe, notice, note, identify; enjoy, luxuriate in, relish, indulge in, bask in, appreciate, revel in, delight in, value, cherish, Colloq lick or smack one's lips or chops over:
One could savour a trace of honey in the wine. For a week we savoured the delights of the Costa Brava.
Advanced English Dictionary
(BrE) (AmE savor) verb, noun
+ verb [VN]
1 to enjoy the full taste or flavour of sth, especially by eating or drinking it slowly: He ate his meal slowly, savouring every mouthful. + She took a sip of wine, savouring the fine vintage.
2 to enjoy a feeling or an experience thoroughly
Synonym: RELISH
I wanted to savour every moment. + He sat for a few moments, savouring the memory to the full. + an opportunity to savour the delights of snowboarding
Phrasal Verbs: savour of sth [no passive] (formal) to seem to have an amount of sth, especially sth bad: His recent comments savour of hypocrisy.
+ noun [usually sing.] (formal or literary) a taste or smell, especially a pleasant one: (figurative) For Emma, life had lost its savour.


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