Definition of flavoured in English:

flavoured

Line breaks: fla|voured
Pronunciation: /ˈfleɪvəd
 
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(US flavored)

adjective

1(Of food or drink) having a particular flavour: [in combination]: the peanut oil is light but fairly full-flavoured
More example sentences
  • Use a strongly flavoured drink, such as apple juice or fruit squash, so that you can easily distinguish it from sea water.
  • Strongly flavoured foods such as garlic, onion and spices produce a smell long before bacterial action sets in.
  • It is a bland dish and may be accompanied by salted fish or other strongly flavoured food to provide contrast.
1.1(Of food or drink) having been given a particular taste by the addition of a flavouring: [in combination]: chicken breasts poached in lemon-flavoured stock
More example sentences
  • You mean those highly alcoholic flavored liquor drinks?
  • In addition, new products with added value such as flavored milk drinks and powdered milk enriched with calcium, vitamins or iron, achieved increasingly wide distribution.
  • It also asserts that this flavoured wine is delicious to drink.
1.2 [in combination] Having a particular distinctive quality: the band knocked out some fine rock ‘n’ roll-flavoured singles

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