flavor

Type: Term Pronunciation: flā′vŏr Definitions: 1. The quality (influenced mainly by odor) affecting the taste of a substance. 2. A therapeutically inert substance added to a prescription to give an agreeable taste to the mixture.
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Flavor

The primary sensation a wine leaves on the palate.
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Flavor

How the wine tastes.
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flavor

[n] - (high energy physics) the kinds of quarks and antiquarks
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Flavor

Fla'vor noun [ Old French fleur , flaur (two syllables), odor, confer French fleurer to emit an odor, Italian flatore a bad odor, probably from Latin flare to bow, whence the sense of exhalation . Confer Blow .] [ Written also flavour .] 1....
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Flavor

Fla'vor transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Flavored ; present participle & verbal noun Flavoring .] To give flavor to; to add something (as salt or a spice) to, to give character or zest.
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flavor

1. The quality affecting the taste or odour of any substance. ... 2. A therapeutically inert substance added to a prescription to give an agreeable taste to the mixture. ... Origin: M.E., fr. O. Fr., fr. L.L. Flator, aroma, fr. Flo, to blow ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Flavor

• (v. t.) To give flavor to; to add something (as salt or a spice) to, to give character or zest. • (n.) That which imparts to anything a peculiar odor or taste, gratifying to the sense of smell, or the nicer perceptions of the palate; a substance which flavors. • (n.) That quality of anything which affects the taste; that quality wh...
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flavor

The name used for the different types of quark and the different types of lepton. The six flavors of quarks are up (u), down (d), strange (s), charm (c), bottom (b), and top (t), in increasing order of mass. These govern the weak interaction dynamics of the quarks, the flavors being essentially the ...
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Flavor

The name used for the different quark types and the different lepton types. The six flavors of quarks are up, down, strange, charm, bottom, top, in increasing order of mass. The flavors of charged leptons are , muon and tau, again in increasing order of mass. For each charged lepton flavor there is a corresponding neutrino flavor.
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flavor

Flavor has two different meanings. For leptons, it is the label used to differentiate the three generations. That is to say, electrons, muons, and taus are said to have different flavor. For quarks, it is a label that discriminates between all quarks of different masses. There are six known flavors of quarks
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Flavor

A general term for the taste cheese presents as it is eaten. Flavor is detected in the mouth and also by the nose. Flavors, in order of ascending aggressiveness, are described as faint (fleeting), mild (light or bland), pronounced (distinct) or strong (intense). Flavors may also be described by the tastes they resemble, such as nutty, salty, butte....
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Flavor

Flavor is the most ambiguous term of all. Acidity has something to do with flavor, and so do body an
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