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1. A person with refined taste, especially in food and wine.
2. A person devoted to sensuous pleasure and luxurious living.
[Middle English, an Epicurean, from Medieval Latin epicūrus, from Latin Epicūrus, Epicurus, from Greek Epikouros.]
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1. a person who cultivates a discriminating palate for the enjoyment of good food and drink; gourmet
2. a person devoted to sensual pleasures
[C16: from Medieval Latin epicūrus, after Epicurus; see Epicurean]
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1. a person who cultivates a refined taste, esp. in food and wine; connoisseur.
2. Archaic. a person dedicated to sensual enjoyment.
[1555–65; < Latin Epicūrēus (see epicurean)]
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|Noun||1.||epicure - a person devoted to refined sensuous enjoyment (especially good food and drink)|
sensualist - a person who enjoys sensuality
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noun gourmet, foodie, glutton, epicurean, hedonist, gourmand, bon vivant (French), gastronome, sensualist, sybarite, voluptuary These delicacies will delight gastronomes and epicures.
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epicure[ˈepɪkjʊəʳ] N → gastrónomo/a m/f
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n → Feinschmecker(in) m(f)
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epicure[ˈɛpɪkjʊəʳ] n → buongustaio/a
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