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TASTE: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "taste"
The sign for "taste" touches the tip of your middle finger to your lips.
If you do the movement once it is a verb as in "Taste this and tell me what you think."
If you do the movement twice it is a noun as in, "That is a good flavor."
Take a taste of:
If you wanted to describe how something tasted here are some variations:
If you mean "TASTE" as in "to have or get experience" one way to convey that concept is to use the sign for EXPERIENCE:
If you mean "TASTE" as in "to test or try" one way to sign that is to use the sign for TRY:
If you mean "TASTE" as in "a feeling or sensation resulting from an experience" (a compromise that left a bad taste in their mouth) one way to show that is use the sign for FEEL:
Sentence: "Do you think coffee tastes good?"
= YOU THINK COFFEE TASTE GOOD?
Also see: PREFER / favorite
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