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        yìwèizhe, [意味著], to signify/to mean/to imply
        wèidao, flavor/smell/hint of
        wèi, taste/smell/classifier for drugs (in TCM)
        yìwèi, meaning/implication/flavor/overtone/to mean/to imply/(Tw) to get a sense of
        měiwèi, delicious/delicious food/delicacy
        kǒuwèi, a person's preferences/tastes (in food)/flavor
        qìwèi, [氣味], odor/scent
        zīwèi, taste/flavor/feeling
        pǐnwèi, to sample/to taste/to appreciate/one's taste (i.e. in music, literature, fashion...
        wèir, [味兒], taste
        fáwèi, tedious
        xiāngwèi, fragrance/bouquet/sweet smell/CL:股[gǔ]
        chòuwèi, bad smell/foul odor
        tiáowèi, [調味], seasoning/condiment/flavoring/dressing/essences
        fēngwèi, [風味], distinctive flavor/distinctive style
        qùwèi, fun/interest/delight/taste/liking/preference
        wúwèi, [無味], tasteless/odorless
        huíwèi, to reflect on/to ponder over/aftertaste
        rénqíngwèi, human warmth/friendliness/human touch
        guàiwèi, strange odor
        jiǔwèi, smell of alcohol/flavoring of rum or other liquor in food/aroma or nose (of wine...
        huǒyàowèi, [火藥味], smell of gunpowder/(fig.) combative tone/belligerence
        wèijué, [味覺], sense of taste/gustation
        tǐwèi, [體味], body odor/to appreciate a subtle taste
        tiánwèi, sweetness
        yùnwèi, [韻味], implicit charm in rhyme or sound/hinted appeal/interest
        yìwèi, [異味], unpleasant odor
        yìwèishēncháng, [意味深長], profound/significant/meaningful
        wèilěi, taste bud(s)
        yěwèi, game/wild animals and birds hunted for food or sport
        yuánzhīyuánwèi, original/authentic
        tiáowèipǐn, [調味品], seasoning/flavoring
        hǎiwèi, seafood
        yīwèi, blindly/invariably
        wèijīng, monosodium glutamate (MSG)
        nàirénxúnwèi, [耐人尋味], thought-provoking/worth thinking over/to provide food for thought
        yǒuzīyǒuwèi, flavorsome/(fig.) delightful/full of interest
        huíwèiwúqióng, [回味無窮], leaving a rich aftertaste/(fig.) memorable/lingering in memory
        nìwei, [膩味], tired of/fed up/sick/(of a person) to annoy/tiresome
        rùwèi, tasty/to be absorbed in sth/interesting
        tiánwèijì, [甜味劑], sweetener (food additive)
        wánwèi, to ruminate/to ponder subtleties
        měiwèikěkǒu, delicious/tasty
        shānzhēnhǎiwèi, exotic delicacies/luxury foodstuff from distant locations
        jīnjīnyǒuwèi, with keen interest (idiom)/with great pleasure/with gusto/eagerly
        wèitóngjiáolà, [味同嚼蠟], tastes as if one is chewing wax (idiom)/tasteless/insipid
        kǔwèi, bitter taste/bitterness
        wèisù, monosodium glutamate (MSG)
        zǒuwèi, to lose flavor
        xiānwèi, [鮮味], umami, one of the five basic tastes (cookery)
        xìngwèi, [興味], interest/taste
线         sānwèixiàn, [三味線], shamisen, three-stringed Japanese musical instrument
        bùshìwèir, [不是味兒], not the right flavor/not quite right/a bit off/fishy/queer/amiss/feel bad/be ups...
        bùshìzīwèi, to be upset/to feel disgusted
        chuànwèi, to become tainted with the smell of sth else/to pick up an odor
        wǔwèi, the five flavors, namely: sweet 甜, sour 酸, bitter 苦, spicy hot 辣, salty 鹹|咸/all ...
        wǔwèijùquán, a complete gamut of all five flavors (idiom); every flavor under the sun
        wǔwèizǐ, schizandra (Schisandra chinensis)/Magnolia vine
        wǔwèizáchén, [五味雜陳], with complex feelings (idiom)
        jīngwèi, Beijing flavor/Beijing style
        rénqíngwèir, [人情味兒], erhua variant of 人情味[rén qíng wèi]
        zhídepǐnwèi, worth tasting/you should try it
        kuàngwèi, [況味], circumstances/atmosphere/mood
        biéyǒuyùnwèi, [別有韻味], to have quite a lasting charm
        dānwèiyào, [單味藥], medicine made from a single herb/drug made from a single substance
        dāndiàofáwèi, [單調乏味], monotonous/dull/tedious (idiom)
        lǔwèi, [滷味]/[鹵味], food prepared by stewing in soy sauce and spices, variant of 滷味|卤味[lǔ wèi]
        yuánwèi, authentic taste/plain cooked/natural flavor (without spices and seasonings)
        chīwèi, to be jealous/to envy
        hòuwèi, [後味], aftertaste
        hánwèijuànyǒng, [含味雋永], fine, lasting flavor (of literature)
        Wèizhīsù, Ajinomoto, Japanese food and chemical corporation
        wèicēng, miso (traditional Japanese seasoning)/also pr. [wèi zēng]
        wèicēngtāng, [味噌湯], miso soup
        wèiměisījiǔ, vermouth (loanword)/Italian spiced fortified wine
        wèijuéchídùn, [味覺遲鈍], amblygeustia/loss of food taste
        pǐnwèishēnghuó, to appreciate life
        tǔwèiqínghuà, [土味情話], cheesy pick-up lines
        gòuwèi, [夠味], lit. just the right flavor/just right/just the thing/excellent
        duìwèir, [對味兒], tasty/to one's liking
        xúnwèi, [尋味], to think sth over
        niánwèi, Spring Festival atmosphere/festive ambiance of Chinese New Year
        kāiwèi, [開味], whet the appetite
        qíngwèi, feeling/flavor/sense
        tíwèi, to improve taste/to make sth palatable
        shìwèir, [是味兒], (of food) to have the right taste/(of people) to feel at ease
        yǒuwèi, tasty
        guǒwèijiāotáng, [果味膠糖], jujube
        kūzàowúwèi, [枯燥無味], tedious/dreary
        méirénwèi, [沒人味], to be lacking in human character
        méirénwèir, [沒人味兒], erhua variant of 沒人味|没人味[méi rén wèi]
        méiyǒupǐnwèi, [沒有品味], tasteless
        yángwèi, Western taste/Western style
        sèwèi, [澀味], acerbic (taste)/astringent
        dànbóguǎwèi, insipid and tasteless (idiom)
        huǒyàowèishènnóng, [火藥味甚濃], strong smell of gunpowder/fig. tense situation/standoff
        shāowèi, [燒味], siu mei/spit-roasted meat dish in Cantonese cuisine
        zhēnxiūměiwèi, [珍饈美味], delicacy and fine taste (idiom); a wonderful treat
        gānwèi, sweetness/sweet taste
        gānwèijì, [甘味劑], sweetener
        gānwèiliào, sweetener
        jiǎowèijì, [矯味劑], corrective agent/flavoring agent
        suǒránguǎwèi, dull and insipid
        suǒránwúwèi, [索然無味], dull/insipid
        xìxìpǐnwèi, [細細品味], to savor/to relish
        měiwèiniúgānjùn, porcino (Boletus edulis)
        chòuwèixiāngtóu, to share vile habits/partners in notoriety/birds of a feather
        sèxiāngwèijùquán, to smell, look and taste great
        suànwèi, garlic odor
        tiáowèijì, [調味劑], flavoring agent
        tiáowèiliào, [調味料], seasoning/condiment/flavoring/dressing/essences
        tiáowèizhī, [調味汁], dressing/sauce
        tiáowèiròuzhī, [調味肉汁], gravy
        Sàibǎiwèi, [賽百味], Subway (fast food restaurant)
        zǒuwèir, [走味兒], erhua variant of 走味[zǒu wèi]
        pǎowèi, to lose flavor
        pǎowèir, [跑味兒], to lose flavor
        Dáwèi, [達味], David (name)
        Dáwèiwáng, [達味王], King David
        zhòngkǒuwèi, (slang) intense/hardcore
        shíbùzhīwèi, lit. to eat without tasting the food/worried or downhearted (idiom)
        shízhīwúwèi,qìzhībùgān, [食之無味,棄之不甘], see 食之無味,棄之可惜|食之无味,弃之可惜[shí zhī wú wèi , qì zhī kě xī]
        shízhīwúwèi,qìzhīkěxī, [食之無味,棄之可惜], lit. to be hardly worth eating, but it would still be a pity to discard it (idio...
        xiāngwèipūbí, [香味撲鼻], exotic odors assail the nostrils (idiom)
        sāowèi, [騷味], foul smell

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