de gustibus non est disputandum

[ de goo s-ti-boo s nohn est dis-poo-tahn-doo m; English dee guhs-tuh-buh s non est dis-pyoo-tan-duh m ]
/ dɛ ˈgʊs tɪˌbʊs noʊn ɛst ˌdɪs pʊˈtɑn dʊm; English di ˈgʌs tə bəs nɒn ɛst ˌdɪs pyʊˈtæn dəm /

Latin.

there is no disputing about tastes.

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Cultural definitions for de gustibus non est disputandum

De gustibus non est disputandum
[ (day goos-ti-boos nohn est dis-poo-tahn-dem) ]

Latin for “There's no disputing about taste.” Another version of this saying is “There's no accounting for taste.”

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