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Oxford dictionary definition of the word flavour:
1the distinctive taste of a food or drink:
the yoghurt comes in eight fruit flavours
adding sun-dried tomatoes gives the sauce extra flavour
chiefly US a substance used to alter or enhance the taste of food or drink; a flavouring.
2 [in singular] an indication of the essential character of something:
the extracts give a flavour of the content and tone of the conversation
[in singular] a distinctive quality or atmosphere:
whitewashed walls and red pantiles gave the resort a Mediterranean flavour
3a kind, variety, or sort:
various flavours of firewall are evolving
4 Physics a quantized property of quarks which differentiates them into at least six varieties (up, down, charmed, strange, top, bottom). Compare with colour.
alter or enhance the taste of (food or drink) by adding a particular ingredient:
chunks of chicken flavoured with herbs
flavour of the month
a person or thing that enjoys a short period of great popularity:
American sitcoms are currently flavour of the month
late Middle English (in the sense ‘fragrance, aroma’): from Old French flaor, perhaps based on a blend of Latin flatus ‘blowing’ and foetor ‘stench’; the -v- appears to have been introduced in Middle English by association with savour. sense 1 of the noun dates from the late 17th century