Q: gourmet, and can you please give me some example sentences? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Gourmet means elaborate, fancy, specialized, exotic & used to describe food/drink

- When we go on vacation, we love to try different gourmet cheeses & wine.

- Gourmet foods commonly include caviar, escargot, coffee, cheese, & wine.
Q: What does 'gourmet' mean?
Please give some examples とはどういう意味ですか?
A: -Very high quality/ exotic ingredients (of food)
Example: Lisa prepared a gourmet dinner for her in-laws.

-Serving or producing food that is very high quality, outstanding or incomparable food.
Example: There aren’t many gourmet restaurants in our neighborhood.

-A connoisseur of fine food/ person who knows, cooks and enjoys high-quality food.
Mary was featured in a magazine as a gourmet cook.
Q: What does 'gourmet' mean?
Please give some examples on how to
use it
A: Gourmet is used to talk about very good food that is made very well. There are also gourmet chefs who make gourmet food. Gourmet food is usually expensive and it tastes very good. It is usually fancy food.
Q: gourmet creations とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it's some really delicious and sophisticated (much of the time very expensive) creations made by a chief (cook)


Q: gourmet
と foodie はどう違いますか?
A: they both mean the same thing. “Gourmet” and “foodie” both mean a person who knows a lot about good food, and loves to eat it. “Foodie” is just the informal version of “gourmet.”
Q: gourmet food と delicacies はどう違いますか?
A: Gourmet food is just really fancy, high quality food.
Delicacies are usually food that’s really special to a family, person or culture.


Q: gourmet は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: gourmet は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: Many gourmet person and celebrity love there. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Gourmet person ✘ Gourmet people ◖ Gourmands 〇 Food connoisseurs 〇 Foodies 〇
Many celebrity ✘ Many celebrities 〇
There ✘ That restaurant 〇 That place 〇

'Many gourmands and celebrities love that restaurant.'
'Many gourmands and celebrities love it there.' ← 'it' can refer to many things, 'being' there, 'dining' there, etc. Without 'it' the sentence is not grammatical.
Q: "I seek the gourmet restaurants out by searching online and add it to my list of visit later when I'm pottering around the house." この表現は自然ですか?
A: I find (or seek) gourmet restaurants by searching online and then add them to my list to visit later when I am pottering around the house.

Quick note: although I am sure many Americans use the word "to potter," I never have. I haven't heard it used much in the US, in fact. What's more common in the US is "to putter around." As far as I can tell, these two words have a similar meaning.
Q: "I like to visit gourmet restaurants listed in blogs." この表現は自然ですか?
A: "I like to visit the gourmet restaurants that listed in blogs" sounds better. But yours is ok tho
Q: gourmet の発音を音声で教えてください。
A: This word comes from French. :)
Q: "What do you think of the Japanese inventing a new local gourmet almost every day?"

A: I wonder what local gourmet that would be. I kinda like Japanese food. ^_^