English version

palate in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpalatepal‧ate /ˈpælət/ noun  1 [countable]HBH the roof (=top inside part) of your mouth cleft palate, soft palate2 [countable, uncountable]CT the sense of taste, and especially your ability to enjoy or judge food It tasted very strange, at least to my untrained palate. a collection of dishes to tempt your palate
Examples from the Corpus
palateThey're versatile, consistently good and - to almost every palate - delicious.They may also feel their eyes, nose or palate itching.Trust your own palate and your own sensibility.The verb is longer but unambiguous, a demonstrative moment as the tongue flicks anxiously away from the palate to release the vowel.Fresh tomatoes make the sandwich more pleasing to the palate.Diaz's food is as scrumptious to the palate as the bank lobby is beautiful to behold.The palate is clean, with harmonious fruit and acidity.This aesthetic presentation is a very nice touch in a meal already replete with interesting tastes dancing merrily across your palate.