taste


taste
1. I
when one has a cold one cannot taste когда человек простужен, он не чувствует вкуса [пищи]
2. III
taste smth. taste this dish (jam, fruit, cake, drinks, etc.) (по)пробовать это блюдо и т.д. [на вкус]; his business is tasting tea он занимается дегустированием чая; taste this and tell me whether you like it попробуйте это и скажите, нравится оно вам или нет; taste blood а) попробовать /узнать/ вкус крови (о животных)', б) вкусить (чем-л.); taste power (deep joy, the joys of freedom, happiness, success, the sweets and bitters of life, the fear of death, etc.) познать власть и т.д.; taste great sorrow хлебнуть горя; these young men are only beginning to taste life эти молодые люди только начинают понимать вкус жизни
3. IV
taste smth. in some manner she barely tasted her dinner она едва дотронулась до обеда; taste smth. at some time I haven't ever tasted it я этого никогда не ел /не пробовал/
4. VII
taste smth. to do smth. taste this wine (this coffee, this dish, etc.) to see if you like it попробовать это вино и т.д., чтобы выяснить, нравится оно или нет; the cook tasted the soup to see whether he had put enough salt in it повар попробовал суп, чтобы узнать, достаточно ли он положил соли
5. XV
taste bitter (bad, sweet, fine, nice, acid, horrible, etc.) быть горьким и т.д. [на вкус], иметь горький и т.д. вкус; this tastes good это вкусно; the milk tastes sour молоко кислит /прокисло/
6. XVI
taste of smth.
1) taste of lemon (of orange, of onion, of fish, etc.) иметь привкус лимона и т.д., отдавать лимоном и т.д.; this wine tastes of the cork (of the cask) вино отдает пробкой (фляжкой); this bread (this sauce, this drink, etc.) tastes of nothing at all этот хлеб и т.д. абсолютно безвкусен; carp often tastes of mud карп часто пахнет тиной; the meat tasted too much of garlic в мясе очень чувствовался чеснок, в мясе было очень много чеснока; what does it taste of? что это напоминает по вкусу?
2) taste of the wine (of the bread, of the food, etc.) book. отведать /вкусить/ вина и т.д.; she tasted of the cake она попробовала пирог, отведала пирога; taste of danger (of death, of poverty, etc.) испытать /изведать/ опасность и т.д.; he who tastes of everything tires of everything кто все познал /испытал/, тот и пресытился всем
7. XIX1
taste like smth. taste like honey (like port. like butter, like water, etc.) иметь вкус меда и т.д., быть на вкус как мед и т.д.; what does it taste like? каково оно на вкус?
8. XXI1
taste smth. in smth. taste garlic in the salad (pepper in this pudding, wine in this sauce, etc.) почувствовать вкус чеснока в салате и т.д.; can you taste anything strange in this milk? не кажется ли вам, что молоко имеет странный вкус?; taste smth. for smth. I haven't tasted salmon for a long time я давно не пробовал семги; he hasn't tasted food for a week он ничего не ел целую неделю

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Taste — (t[=a]st), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Tasted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Tasting}.] [OE. tasten to feel, to taste, OF. taster, F. tater to feel, to try by the touch, to try, to taste, (assumed) LL. taxitare, fr. L. taxare to touch sharply, to estimate. See… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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