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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Polish smak (taste), from Old High German gismac (taste) or Middle High German gesmac(h) (taste); compare German Geschmack (taste).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [smak]
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NounEdit

смак (smakm inan (genitive сма́ка, uncountable)

  1. gusto, pleasant taste
  2. (figuratively or poetic) zest, relish, gusto

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NounEdit

сма̏к m (Latin spelling smȁk)

  1. end, termination
    смак св(иј)ета - end of the world

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