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savoury
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
savoury /'seivəri/
  • tính từ ((từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) (cũng) savory)
    • thơm ngon, có hương vị
    • cay; mặn (thức ăn)
    • phủ định sạch sẽ, thơm tho (nơi ở...)
    • danh từ ((từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) (cũng) savory)
      • món khai vị; món tiêu cơm (ăn lúc bắt đầu hay sau bữa ăn)
    Thesaurus Dictionary
    adj.
    1 palatable, delicious, delectable, tasty, toothsome, appetizing, flavourful, flavorous, flavoursome, ambrosial, luscious:
    Pettigrew bit greedily into the savoury flesh of the ripe melon.
    2 tasteful, honest, proper, decent, reputable, respectable, honourable, creditable, upright, decorous, seemly, wholesome, innocent:
    I am not sure that Victoria is travelling in particularly savoury society.
    n.
    3 appetizer, hors-d'oeuvre; dessert, sweet; morsel, dainty, titbit or US tidbit, Chiefly Brit starter, Archaic warner:
    I think I'd like the Welsh rabbit as a savoury.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    (BrE) (AmE savory) adjective, noun
    + adjective
    1 having a taste that is salty not sweet: savoury dishes / snacks
    2 having a pleasant taste or smell: a savoury smell from the kitchen
    See also - UNSAVOURY
    + noun [usually pl.] (plural savouries) a small amount of a food with a salty taste, not a sweet one, often served at a party, etc.

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