Definition of gusto
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Orthography ID = 1006944
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LEM
gustō, gustāre, gustāvī, gustātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to taste, take a little of
  2. to take a slight meal, take luncheon, eat a little
  3. [figuratively] to taste, partake of, enjoy
Abbreviations
gustō āvī, ātus, arē gustus, to taste, take a little of: aquam: leporem, Cs.: aliquid de sanguine, Iu.

—To take a slight meal, take luncheon, eat a little: quorum nemo gustavit cubans.

— Fig., to taste, partake of, enjoy: civilem sanguinem: partem liquidae voluptatis: praecepta: summatim rerum causas: Metrodorum illum, i. e. heard for a while: lucellum, H.

—Prov.: primis labris gustare, i. e. learn a little of.
 
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