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tasting

[ teys-ting ]
/ ˈteɪs tɪŋ /
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noun
the act of one who tastes food or drink: a final tasting of a dish before serving.
a small quantity of food or drink that is tasted; a taste: I’d like just a tasting.
a slight experience of something; a taste:Now you have a tasting of his stupidity.
an event at which people can sample various wines, or other drinks or foods, for comparative purposes:a tasting of champagnes from France.
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Origin of tasting

First recorded in 1375–1400; taste + -ing1
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