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味, あじ

  • aji


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • flavor
  • flavour
  • taste


  • charm
  • style


  • experience


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi)

  • smart
  • clever
  • witty
  • strange

Examples of 味,あじ in a Sentence

This cheese has a sharp taste.
I'm sure that family is familiar with Japanese tastes in food. They've hosted quite a few Japanese exchange students.
This yogurt tastes strange.
The stew was not half bad.
Vinegar has a sharp taste.
This soup tastes of onions.
Once you get the taste for gambling, it's hard to give it up.
This soup smacks of fish.
The melon smells sweet and tastes very nice.
The curry they serve in Japan is milder than real Indian curry. They adapt it to Japanese tastes.

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