aftertaste


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af·ter·taste

 (ăf′tər-tāst′)
n.
1. A taste persisting in the mouth after the substance that caused it is no longer present.
2. A feeling that remains after an event or experience, especially one that was unpleasant.

aftertaste

(ˈɑːftəˌteɪst)
n
1. (Cookery) a taste that lingers on after eating or drinking
2. a lingering impression or sensation

af•ter•taste

(ˈæf tərˌteɪst, ˈɑf-)

n.
1. a taste remaining after the substance causing it is no longer in the mouth.
2. the remaining feeling or impression following an unpleasant experience.
[1820–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aftertaste - an afterimage of a tasteaftertaste - an afterimage of a taste    
afterimage, aftersensation - an image (usually a negative image) that persists after stimulation has ceased
Translations
arrière-gout

aftertaste

[ˈɑːftəteɪst] N (lit, fig) → regusto m, dejo m

aftertaste

[ˈɑːftərteɪst] narrière-goût m

aftertaste

[ˈɑːftəˌteɪst] nretrogusto

af·ter·taste

, after-taste
n. permanencia de la sensación del gusto.

aftertaste

n regusto, sabor m que deja la comida o medicamento, (unpleasant) resabio
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More tart raspberry in the taste followed by some honey sweetness and a tangy aftertaste. Long-lasting tart raspberry flavour in the aftertaste.
Pity the oil wasn't one of my favourites as it left an aftertaste.
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They complement characterising flavour notes, increase flavour impact and minimise unwanted aftertaste.
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They were cool-shaped, good-tasting, with a sweet aftertaste. These are the best and I would take this taste and adapt it, instead of making other tastes, because this is the only good one in the whole bunch, except the Jaguar.
There was a pleasant oaky aftertaste, adding to the richness of this excellent wine.
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