acquired taste(redirected from Acquired tastes)
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One that is unpleasant on immediate experience or is likeable only after being experienced repeatedly.
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1. a liking for something that is at first considered unpleasant
2. the thing so liked
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|Noun||1.||acquired taste - a preference that is only acquired after considerable experience; "martinis are an acquired taste"|
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