- taste (good food or drink) and enjoy it to the full；enjoy or appreciate (something pleasant) to the full, especially by lingering over it
- a characteristic taste, flavour, or smell, especially a pleasant one；a suggestion or trace, typically of something bad.
verb: savour, 3rd person present: savours, gerund or present participle: savouring, past tense: savoured, past participle: savoured
- 1. taste (good food or drink) and enjoy it to the full:
gourmets will want to savour our game specialities
- 2. enjoy or appreciate (something pleasant) to the full, especially by lingering over it:
I wanted to savour every moment
- 3. have a suggestion or trace of (a quality or attribute, typically one considered bad):
their genuflections savoured of superstition and popery
- 1. a characteristic taste, flavour, or smell, especially a pleasant one:
the subtle savour of wood smoke
- 2. a suggestion or trace, typically of something bad.
- v.taste (good food or drink) and enjoy it completely:
- gourmets will want to savor our game specialties
- n.a characteristic taste, flavor, or smell, especially a pleasant one:
- the subtle savor of wood smoke
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exotic savor這句話如果硬要說,我會說是異國品味 然後如果我是帖主 異國風情我會說用exotic atmosphere 來形容!
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