Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Flavor"

The meaning of "Flavor" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does subtle flavor mean?
A: Meaning something that has a very light and delicate taste. For instance, vanilla ice cream has a subtle flavor since you only taste a hint of it.
Q: What does heavily flavored mean?
A: It just means something has a lot of flavor. This is heavily flavored chocolate milk. Meaning the milk is extra chocolaty. Something that too salty I wouldn't call heavily flavored, I would just say it's way to salty. But a cinnamon bun with lots of butter and cinnamon may be called a heavily flavored cinnamon bun. It's a rarely used phrase.
Q: What does What's that nutty flavor? That would be all the peanuts, cashews, and macadamia nuts that are in there, courtesy of the nut shack.

what's "courtesy of the nut shack" means? does it mean the nut shack provide the nuts for free?
mean?
A: It means that the nut shack generously/kindly provided the nuts; "courtesy of XX" expresses gratitude to XX. It's unclear whether it was a free gift or not.
Q: What does flavor mean?
A: how something tastes or the presence of a strong taste
Q: What does There is so much flavor mean?
A: It means the dish has many tastes.

Example sentences using "Flavor"

Q: Please show me example sentences with rich in flavor .
A: The coffee here is rich in flavor.
Q: Please show me example sentences with flavor.
A: This coffee has flavors of nuts and chocolate.

The cake has a very sweet strawberry flavor.

Synonyms of "Flavor" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Which one is in the stronger flavor range? and Which one is in the strong flavor range? and Which one is in the more intense flavor range? and Which one is in the intense flavor range? ?
A: "which one is in the stronger flavor range" = "there are multiple ranges. Some ranges have stronger flavors than others. Which one is in the range with the stronger flavors."

"which one is in the strong flavor range" = "there are multiple ranges. One range has strong flavors. The others are not strong. Which one is in the (only) strong range."

"Which one is in the intense flavor range?" = The same as "strong flavor range" but with the word intense instead of strong.

I hope this helps.
Q: What is the difference between flavor and flavour ?
A: "Flavor" is the American English spelling. "Flavour" is the British English spelling. They are the same word.
Q: What is the difference between flavor and taste ?
A: flavor is what u taste like: the apple flavor in this juice tastes amazing
Q: What is the difference between flavor and savor ?
A: flavor is the taste of something ( food ) and savour is like to keep or to enjoy something to the full. For example I savoured the taste of the chocolate.

Hope this helps :D
Q: What is the difference between flavor and smell ?
A: You can use smell to refer to both bad smells and good smells. So you can say "That perfume smells good." :)

Translations of "Flavor"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? このラーメンは醤油味で、麺の上には野菜とにんにくが沢山乗っています

The flavor of this ramen is “soy-source” and a lot of vegetables and garlic are putting on the noodle.
A:

1) This ramen is soy-sauce flavored and is topped with lots of vegetables and garlic.

2) This is a soy-sauce based ramen that comes with many vegetables and garlic on top (of the noodles).

3) This soy-sauce flavored ramen comes topped with many vegetables and garlic (over the noodles).

...などと言っても良い。
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? the flavor
A: Flavour (UK), Flavor (US)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (Which or What) flavor do you want? Which one is correct?
A: Which flavor do you want?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? flavor
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? flavors
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Other questions about "Flavor"

Q: how to say the flavor of pepper corn 麻 in english?
A: 麻=numb,你是说花椒吗?
Q: It taste does not change much, but it flavor is very good. does this sound natural?
A: I would say "its taste does not change that much, but its flavor is very good" :)
Q: Which flavor of candies do you like most? does this sound natural?
A: .... do you like the most?
Q: Which one flavor do you want? does this sound natural?
A: You would say: "Which flavor do you want?"
Q: What flavor juice do you have?
(有什麼口味的果汁?) does this sound natural?
A: This is pretty good and everyone will understand just fine.

I'd say:
What kinds of juice do you have?

Flavors of juice sounds slightly odd because a flavor is something that is added to a drink - for example, you might add orange and pineapple favors when creating a new kind of soda.

It's usually used when talking about something not really natural - a flavor of candy or of ice cream, a flavor added to tea, etc.

But juice isn't favored - it IS the original flavor.

Another example is soup. You could ask what flavors of soup the restaurant has. But it will seem slightly odd. More natural to ask what kind of soups they have.

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