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taster in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtastertast‧er /ˈteɪstə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 DFBOsomeone whose job is to test the quality of foods, teas, wines etc by tasting them a wine taster2 informalLITTLE/NOT MUCH a small example of something that is provided so that you can see if you like ittaster of Here’s a taster of what will be in print next month.taster from a taster from her next album
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tasterI thought it sounded like a good idea as it would give me a taster.So much for the hype ... here's a taster of what the Falcons have in store for the Air Tattoo.One taster remarked that it reminded him of what macaroni and cheese must have tasted like before Kraft.This recipe produces a cake with a moist, slightly gummy texture, which some of our tasters actually preferred.The challenge attracts hundreds of the world's best wine tasters, including 30 Masters of Wine.He is a consummate wine taster.