flavour


flavour
1. III
flavour smth.flavour food (the salad, the dish, etc.) приправлять пищу и т. д.; flavour the conversation придавать беседе остроту /пикантность/
2. IV
flavour smth. in some manner flavour smth. appetizingly (pungently, etc.) вкусно или аппетитно и т. д. приправить что-л.
3. XI
be flavoured in some manner the salad was dellciously flavoured салат был очень вкусно заправлен; the food was richly flavoured в пище было много пряностей; у пищи был пикантный вкус; be flavoured with smth. my tea was flavoured with lemon мне в чай положили лимон
4. XXI1
flavour smth. with smth. flavour soup with onions (the sauce with garlic, a dish with nutmeg, etc.) заправлять суп луком и т. д.; flavour ice-cream with vanilla добавить ваниль в мороженое; flavour one's conversation with witty jokes (with swear-words, etc.) пересыпать речь остроумными шутками и т. д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Flavour — oder Flavor (engl. für Aroma oder Geschmack) ist eine der Quantenzahlen von Elementarteilchen (Quarks und Leptonen) im Zusammenhang mit der schwachen Wechselwirkung. In der Theorie der elektroschwachen Wechselwirkung ist diese Symmetrie jedoch… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • flavour — (US flavor) ► NOUN 1) the distinctive taste of a food or drink. 2) a quality reminiscent of something specified: balconies gave the building a Spanish flavour. 3) chiefly N. Amer. a flavouring. 4) Physics a property of quarks with values… …   English terms dictionary

  • flavour — v. t. same as {flavor}, v. and n.. [Chiefly Brit.] Syn: season, flavor, give flavor. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • flavour — British English spelling of FLAVOR (Cf. flavor); for spelling, see OR (Cf. or). Related: Flavourful; flavouring …   Etymology dictionary

  • flavour — (Brit.) fla·vour || fleɪvÉ™(r) n. taste; particular or specific taste; something that adds taste, flavoring; characteristic taste; smell, aroma (also flavor) v. give tast, add flavor to; spice, scent; give a particular shade or mood to (also… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • flavour — is spelt our in BrE and flavor in AmE. In BrE the derivatives (flavouring, flavoursome, etc.) are also spelt our except flavorous …   Modern English usage

  • flavour — [flā′vər] n., vt. Brit. sp. of FLAVOR …   English World dictionary

  • flavour — (BrE) (AmE flavor) noun 1 taste of food ADJECTIVE ▪ delicious, fine (esp. BrE), good, lovely (esp. BrE), pleasant (esp. BrE), wonderful ▪ characteristic …   Collocations dictionary

  • flavour — [[t]fle͟ɪvə(r)[/t]] ♦♦♦ flavours, flavouring, flavoured (in AM, use flavor) 1) N VAR The flavour of a food or drink is its taste. This cheese has a crumbly texture with a strong flavour... I always add some paprika for extra flavour. ...drinks of …   English dictionary

  • flavour — I UK [ˈfleɪvə(r)] / US [ˈfleɪvər] noun Word forms flavour : singular flavour plural flavours ** 1) a) [countable] the particular taste that food or drink has a nutty/spicy/bitter flavour a distinctive/delicate/subtle flavour have a flavour: The… …   English dictionary

  • flavour — fla|vour1 BrE flavor AmE [ˈfleıvə US ər] n 1.) the particular taste of a food or drink ▪ Which flavor do you want chocolate or vanilla? flavour of ▪ a dry wine with flavors of honey and apricot a nutty/smoky/bitter etc flavour ▪ White poppy seeds …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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