smag

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Low German smak, from Old Saxon *smakk, from Proto-West Germanic *smakku. Cognate with Dutch smaak, English smack, German Geschmack.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

smag c (singular definite smagen, plural indefinite smage)

  1. taste (sensory stimuli)
  2. taste (set of preferences)
    • 2014, Diverse forfattere, Min barndom i 40’erne, Lindhardt og Ringhof →ISBN
      En enkelt forestilling faldt dog slet ikke i min smag.
      A single performance, however, did not fall to my liking at all.
    • 2012, Elisabeth Åsbrink, Og træerne står stadig i Wienerwald, Art People, →ISBN:
      Det er et vældig fint navn, lige i min smag, og det passer til mit Mucki pucki, ikke sandt?
      It is a very nice name, just to my liking, and it fits well with my Mucki pucki, no?

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