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

The meaning of "Taste" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I would like to know your tastes in terms of man, I speak physically, you have already told me about the personality mean?
A: あなたはどんな男性が好きですか?
when they speak in regards to physically = 見た目...イケイメン、可愛い、体格
Q: What does do you have the same taste of colour with your friends? mean?
A: Do you have the same taste of colour with your friends?

It depends on what they mean by colour. Colour as in skin colour, or colour as in red, blue, green etc.

The question is asking if you and your friends like the same 'colour'

I hope this helped you, because I honestly don't know what they mean by colour; if it's just colours or something else.
Q: What does (taste) good kick mean?
A: It usually means that it is fairly spicy.
Q: What does taste buds mean?
A: It's our tongue. Divided into regions specifically responsible for sensing different taste like sweet, bitter, salty etc.
Q: What does taste is subjected mean?
A: Let me try to illustrate with examples. "Subjective" relates to personal opinions, emotions, and taste. If you say "my cat is the most beautiful cat in the world" , then you are being subjective. This is what YOU feel/think.

You would use "It depends" when different things are possible in different situations. If I ask you if you will accept a job offer, then you can respond "it depends on the salary", meaning that both options are possible (accepting or refusing the job) and that your decision will be based on how high the salary is. Hope this helps.

Example sentences using "Taste"

Q: Please show me example sentences with taste like.
A: This cake tastes like chocolate cake.
This cake tastes like the cake we ate last week.

This meal tastes like something from a five-star restaurant.
This food used to taste like what my mother makes, but now it tastes horrible.

Last night's dinner tasted like what you made for me.
Q: Please show me example sentences with an acquired taste.
A: Coffee is an acquired taste.

Dark chocolate can be something of an acquired taste; most children prefer sweet milk chocolate.

Though I’ve tried it several times, natto is something I still don’t enjoy; I guess it’s just an acquired taste!

For many people, blue cheese can be an acquired taste.
Q: Please show me example sentences with broad taste.
A: When it comes to movies, he has a pretty broad taste.
--->"he likes many kinds of movies"

I have a broad music taste.
--->[music taste] = [the type of songs you like to listen to]
--->"I like many kinds of songs"

My taste in men is quite broad.
--->"I like many kinds of men"
--->(in this context, liking a man has romantic/sexual connotations)
Q: Please show me example sentences with taste.
A: "he has good taste" (tiene un senso artistico)

"this tastes very good" (Esto es muy sabroso)

"I like the taste" (Me gusta el sabor)
Q: Please show me example sentences with acquired tastes.
A: @Koreakimchi: Just remember taste is the feeling your tongue feels when you eat. Flavor is the overall feeling your senses (smell, taste, touch) feel when you eat.

Synonyms of "Taste" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between taste and flavour ?
A: Taste is just the taste. It could be - sweet, sour, salt, bitter, and umami. whereas flavor is a wider experience involving the taste as well as the smell, texture, and expectation.
Q: What is the difference between The taste of the grapes. and The grape's taste. and I don't know the city's mayor./ I don't know the mayor of the city. ?
A: I would use the former in both scenarios. The latter are correct, but strange because there is not really possession. When taking about someone in a position of political power, "of" is used almost exclusively: "Wallis, duchess of Windsor, would like another cup of tea." "The mayor of the city passed away earlier today of unknown causes."

In terms of the grapes, "the taste of the grapes" is better than "the grapes' taste" mostly because the latter sounds exactly like "the grapes taste..." which can be confusing and take longer to process.

P.S. "The taste of the grapes" = "the grapes' taste" not "the grape's taste"

"the grape's taste" = "the taste of the grape"
Q: What is the difference between it's not my taste and It's not my cup of tea ?
A: "it's not my taste." is first of all not completely correct, it should be: "it doesn't suit my taste." that and "it's not my cup of tea" essentially mean the same. however, the second is mostly used in the United Kingdom. it's a matter of preference which one you use.
Q: What is the difference between it tastes good and it smells good ?
A: It tastes good means you tasted it/the food went through your mouth. It smells good means you smelled the food/through your nose
Q: What is the difference between taste and flavor ?
A: This is a difficult question.

I would recommend studying native english sentences to truly know when to use them.

"Taste refers to the senses inside our mouth including our tongue.

Aroma occurs inside our noses and includes aspects in regards to our sense of smell.

Flavor is when taste and aroma converge"

'Taste is more versatile than flavor.'

Uses:
-It tastes great!
-It has a unique taste.
-I've never tasted something so good.
-It has a unique flavor.
-Coffee bean flavored ice cream.
-Which flavor would you like? (Chocolate, vanilla, strawberry)

My interpretation:
taste describes how the mouth perceives something
Flavor is more specific. It's a type of taste that helps differentiate from other tastes.

Translations of "Taste"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 支店によってラーメンの味が少し違います
The taste of ramen is different a bit depends on branches.
A: The taste of ramen differs slightly depending on the (branch) store.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ラーメンの美味しさはスープで決まる

The taste of the ramen is depend on its soup.
A: しかももう一つの気づいたことなんですが、is depend onじゃなくてdepends onが正しいです。
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? taste the authentic flavour of the Sardinian artisanal excellences combined with top quality wines. is it correct? thank you
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I have good taste or I have good liking?(nothing seems quite right) for example about music. I have good taste in music
A: "I have good taste in music" is right.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I will taste it.
A: Let me try it?

Other questions about "Taste"

Q: Still, we talk about the taste of the fish on that day. does this sound natural?
A: "Still, we talk..." is a teeny bit awkward and when I first read this I thought the tense was incorrect.

"We still talk..." is better if you are saying that currently you and your friend talk (reminisce) about the taste of the fish on that day.

(I really need to stop reading stories like this around dinnertime!)
Q: I interested in this taste does this sound natural?
A: @kouki8721: "I'm" instead of "I" and it's natural! :)
Q: I missed Japanese taste. (So, I cooked Japanese carry.) does this sound natural?
A: I think you meant "curry" instead of "carry". It's better to say "taste of Japanese food" than to just say "Japanese taste".
Q: we have similar tastes, so we got to be friends easily. does this sound natural?
A: We have similar tastes, so we became friends easily ^^
Q: I love your taste of arts! そのアートのセンス大好き。

He posted the picture he bought on SNS. Here is my response. does this sound natural?
A: I love your taste in art.

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