gustatory

英 [gʌ'steɪt(ə)rɪ; 'gʌstət(ə)rɪ] 美 ['gʌstə,tori]
  • adj. 味的,味觉的
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1、gust- + -atory(复合后缀:-ate, -ory).
2、含义:sense of taste; a taste.
gustatory (adj.)
"of or pertaining to tasting," 1680s, from Latin gustatus "sense of taste; a taste" (noun use of past participle of gustare "to taste;" see gusto) + -ory. Gustative is from 1610s.
1. Human mind constantly depend on objects which are taken from visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory and tactile means.
人的心理不断地依赖于从视觉,听觉,嗅觉,味觉和触觉得到的目标。

来自辞典例句

2. Whereas attractants, repellents, and many incitants are olfactory substances , stimulants, and deterrents are usually gustatory.
引诱剂, 排斥剂还是其他的兴奋剂都是嗅觉物质, 但刺激剂和阻抑剂常常是味觉物质.

来自辞典例句

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