Taste

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See also: taste and tāste

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From Italian tasto (key), from the verb tastare, from Vulgar Latin *tastāre (to touch, feel), from *taxitāre, from Latin taxāre (to touch sharply), from tangere (to touch). Related with older German tasten, which is from the same Latin verb through Old French.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈtastə/
  • (file)

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Taste f (genitive Taste, plural Tasten)

  1. key, button (on a piano, keyboard, etc.)

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