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aftertaste
American English: /ˈæftərˌteɪst/
British English: /ˈɑːftəteɪst/

Translation of aftertaste in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • it has a bitter aftertaste
    deja un sabor(cillo) amargo en la boca
    tiene un dejo or regusto amargo
    Example sentences
    • It has a sweet taste without a bitter aftertaste and contributes a relatively small number of calories when it is eaten.
    • Who wants to drink a shake that is tasteless, or one that leaves a chalky residue with a bitter aftertaste in your mouth?
    • Those with reflux also may feel like food is coming back up into the mouth, leaving a bitter aftertaste of stomach acid.

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