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taste, type (sort), tasty, flavour, preference, prefer

Auslan SignbankDictionary#427 taste
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As a Noun: 1. Your ability to recognise things when you touch them with your tongue. English = taste. 2. The special sensation something has on your tongue when you eat it or when you simply touch it with you tongue, for example whether it is sweet or salty. English = taste, flavour. 3. A class of things which you find interesting, attractive or which you like better than others. English = taste, preference. 4. A class of things that has particular features in common and that belongs to a group of related things. English = type. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be aware of the special sensation something has on your tongue when you eat it or when you simply touch it with your tongue. English = taste. 2. To be something that is very noticeable for the positive and enjoyable effect it has on your tongue. English = (be) tasty. 3. To like one choice better than all others. English = prefer.