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LC) Adjectifs 3

Vocab on describing taste

Amer/e Bitter
Sucré/e Sweet
Salé/e Salty
Acide Acidic
Délicieux/se Delicious
Dégoutant/e Disgusting
Bon/ne Good
Mauvais/e Bad
Fade Bland
épicé/e Spicy
Corsé Dark/Strong
Fort/e Strong
Doux/ce Doux
Acidulé/e Tangy
Bizarre Weird
Extraordinaire Extraordinary
Brûlant/e Burning
Glacé/e Freezing
Farineux/se Floury
Gluant/e Sticky/slimy
Moelleux/se Soft texture/Moist
Mielleux/se Honey texture
Tiede Lukwarm
Merveilleux/se Wonderful
Insipide Tasteless
Difficile a macher Chewy
Caoutchouteux/se Rubbery
Aigre Sour
Malodorant/e-puant/e Smelly
Riche Rich
Lourd/e Heavy
Léger/e Light
Sec/he Dry
Crémeux/se Creamy
Huileux/se Oily
Chaud/e-froid/e Hot/cold
Collant/e Guey
Dur/e Hard
Cassant Brittle
Pateux/se Doughy
Created by: Patrick Desprez