One of the sensations produced by the tongue in response to certain chemicals (Wikipedia). (noun)
A person's implicit set of preferences, especially esthetic, though also culinary, sartorial, etc. (Wikipedia). (noun)
A small amount of experience with something that gives a sense of its quality as a whole. (noun)
To sample the flavor of something orally. (verb)
To have a taste. (verb)
To experience. (verb)
Examples of word taste
"Note their shape, their exact colour; note their peculiar odour; and, above all, note their taste; for there are other plants, quite worthless for the purpose, closely resembling this one; but the _taste_ will at once tell you when you have found the right one."
I. ii.47 (332,4) taste of my virtue] Though _taste_ may stand in this place, yet I believe we should read, _assay_ or _test_ of my virtue: they are both metallurgical terms, and properly joined.
The term taste, like all other figurative terms, is not extremely accurate; the thing which we understand by it is far from
The term taste, like all other figurative terms, is not extremely accurate; the thing which we understand by it is far from a simple and determinate idea in the minds of most men, and it is therefore liable to uncertainty and confusion.
We apply the term taste to that act of the mind by which we like or dislike, whatever be the subject.