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na adjective, noun

English Meaning(s) for 味

na adjective, noun
  1. flavor; flavour; taste
  2. charm; style
  3. experience
  4. smart; clever; witty; strange

Definition and Synonyms for 味

Flavour the six kinds of quarks
Synonyms: 匂い, 匂う, 口当たり, , , 味覚, 風情
Piquant attracting or delighting
Synonyms: ,
Taste a kind of sensing
Synonyms: テイスト, テースト, 口当たり, , , 味覚, 嗜好, 好み, 好み, 好む, 後味, , 風情
Witty combining clever conception and facetious expression
Synonyms: , , , , 滑稽洒脱, 軽妙, 軽妙洒脱
Piquant engagingly stimulating or provocative
Synonyms: , , 辛い, 辛い, 辛い
Tasteful having or showing or conforming to good taste
Synonyms: おしゃれ, , , 小意気, 心憎い, 洒落た, 洒落る, 瀟洒, 風流
Taste the sensation that results when taste buds in the tongue and throat convey information about the chemical composition of a soluble stimulus
Synonyms: テイスト, テースト, , , 味覚
Taste distinguishing substances by means of the taste buds
Synonyms: テイスト, テースト, 口当たり, , , 味覚, 嗜好, 好み, 好み, 好む, 後味, , 風情

Meanings for each kanji in 味

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Categories 味 is a member of

Sensing becoming aware of something via the senses
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Sense Datum an unelaborated elementary awareness of stimulation
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Form a category of things distinguished by some common characteristic or quality
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 味

Sample Sentences for 味

He is quite a character.
It tastes moldy.
When it comes to cheese, it's Camembert. More than the taste, it makes me nostalgic.
The addition of salt greatly improved the flavor.
The fruit is similar to an orange in shape and to a pineapple in taste.

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