Peaches taste sweet.
A good cook knows how to perfectly combine one taste with another.
The princess's taste for pleasures was expanding; and we thought only about how to sprinkle on them new seasonings, so as to give them more spice.
My wife gave birth to a child when we were very poor. While she was sleeping, I cooked rice and vegetables for several days and surprised her with the variety and taste of my cooking.
I don't mind since I'm used to it, but the first guy who thought about making a hearse with a golden roof on top of it, he must have had quite bad taste.
Many people, if not most, look on literary taste as an elegant accomplishment.
The official designs of the Government, especially its designs in connection with postage stamps and coinage, may be described, I think, as the silent ambassadors of national taste.
You have expensive taste! the shopkeeper exclaimed. "Are you sure you don't want to look through our cheaper variants first?"
Perhaps the robin's got a taste for the finer things in life and has become extravagant.
A litany of taste tests enabled Hugo to distinguish between a variety of pastes.
The museums are full of objects which the most cultivated taste of a period considered beautiful, but which seem to us now worthless.
Our eyes, our ears, our sense of smell, our taste create as many truths as there are men on earth.
tłumaczenie przykładu ze słówkiem I taste apple
Semi-finished products contain large amounts of chemicals, which aims to improve the taste, smell and appearance of the food and salt and preservatives.
Is there some gustatory or culinary analog of a novel or film? In other words, can you eat or taste a complete, riveting story the way you can watch or read one?
English word "вкус"(taste) occurs in sets:1000 most important Russian nouns 301 - 350