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Palette taste buds

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Discussion in ' English Only ' started by jdAug 14, Log in or Sign up. Dictionary and thread title search: Previous Thread Next Thread. If I'm talking about my taste palette, would I be wrong to use the following: I need to clear my palette. My taste palette has dull.

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How can I wash this onion taste off my palette? Would it be incorrect to use palate which means the roof of your mouth in any of the sentences?

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Is "taste palette" part of the english language? Is "taste palette" technically two words? Palette taste buds spelling you want is "Palate": Monteleone Member Canada, English.

Actually, "palate" is correct when taking about taste. The word "palette" is a small flat surface you may have seen painters artists use to mix their paint colours.

It also refers generally to a range of colours example: Any other "palette" meanings? I believe that " clean the palate " is actually the term more commonly used.

Your question, however, brings to mind "Palette taste buds" term "palate cleanser" example: I'm not sure what is meant by this sentence. Perhaps you mean to speak of "taste buds" instead?

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