retaste

retaste

(ˌriːˈteɪst)
vb (tr)
to taste (food, drink, wine) again
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INAP estaba (novedosamente) movilizado y me fuiste a ver a la toma de Torre 15 cuando la teniamos ocupada, fui dos minutos al bano para hacer una pausa entre nuestros cafes y ya todo el mundo se entero que estabas ahi, no me di ni cuenta cuando mucha gente con la que ni yo hablaba te abrazaba para felicitarte porque al fin te dieron el papel que certificaba tu cambio de nombre/sexo, aunque la foto no nos convencia, tu siempre me retaste para ver el vaso medio lleno.
Judges are presented with a spoonful of jam, a pie, a slice of salami, or a cup of espresso, with no wrappings, jars or marks, and they taste, confer and retaste before making the decision on whether a product should be a Great Taste one, two or three star winner.
The result was curiously unappetizing, since there was nothing stellar to taste and retaste.
intricacy of Bi Bim Bop I retaste your "in" in your "people in Hong Kong" Using all my power of sucking milk to stir this big black bowl made of raw steel reminds me of Chinese wok unavailable here scratchy noises you see tired army boots dragging on the ground rice grains shining soaked in egg yolk, mandarin, no, I mean-- Putonghua, your "common language"-- also says, egg yolk?
One leading Bordelais producer made him retaste his wines, but not before setting his dog on him first.
If you wish to retaste something for comparison's sake, you'll probably be accommodated.
Retaste a Arce, a Correa y al propio Uriarte, que estaban tan mal como tu.
If "that people" = Jews and only Jews, if she - "not a Jew" - responds to this cry, then she would retaste exile and desolation.