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British English: /teɪst/
American English: /teɪst/

Translation of taste in Arabic:


  • 2 uncountable/غير معدود
    to be bitter/sweet to the taste
    كانَ مُرَّ \ حُلْوَ المَذاقِ
  • 3
    (small quantity) (مِقْدار قَليل للتَذَوُّقِ)
    have a taste of this
    خُذْ قَليلاً من هذا
  • 4
    a taste of life in a big city
    فِكْرة عن تَجْرِبةِ الحَياةِ في مَدينةٍ كَبيرةٍ
  • 5
    (liking, preference)
    to acquire or develop a taste for something
    طَوَّرَ ذائِقةً لِشَيْءٍ
    to add salt/sugar to taste
    أَضافَ مِلْحاً \ سُكَّراً بِما يُناسِبُ ذائِقَتَهُ
    is it to your taste?
    هل هو مُناسِبٌ لِذَائِقَتِكَ؟
    there's no accounting for taste
    للناسِ فيما يَعْشَقونَ مَذاهِبُ
  • 6 uncountable/غير معدود
    she has exquisite taste in clothes
    عِنْدَها ذَوْقٌ رَفيعٌ في المَلابِسِ
    it's a matter of taste
    إنَّها مَسْأَلةُ ذَوْقٍ
    it would be in bad or poor taste to refuse
    سَيَكونُ من قِلّةِ الذَوْقِ أنْ نَرْفُضَ

transitive verb/فعل متعد

  • 3
    (to experience)
    ذاقَ الطَعْمَ
    (freedom, failure, power)

intransitive verb/فعل غير متعد

  • (to have a flavour)
    كانَ مَذاقُهُ
    to taste sweet/sour
    كانَ حُلْوَ \ حامِضَ المَذاقِ
    to taste like bananas/chicken
    كانَ مَذاقُهُ كالمَوْزِ \ كالدَجاجِ
    it tastes of pineapple/honey
    كانَ مَذاقُهُ كالأَناناسِ \ كالعَسَلِ

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