Tang



noun
1.
a strong taste or flavor.
2.
the distinctive flavor or quality of a thing.
3.
a pungent or distinctive odor.
4.
a touch or suggestion of something; slight trace.
5.
a long and slender projecting strip, tongue, or prong forming part of an object, as a chisel, file, or knife, and serving as a means of attachment for another part, as a handle or stock.
6.
a surgeonfish.
verb (used with object)
7.
to furnish with a tang.
noun
1.
a sharp ringing or twanging sound; clang.
verb (used with or without object)
2.
to ring or twang; clang.
noun
1.
a dynasty in China, a.d. 618–907, marked by territorial expansion, the invention of printing, and the high development of poetry.
noun
1.
a strong taste or flavour: the tang of the sea
2.
a pungent or characteristic smell: the tang of peat fires
3.
a trace, touch, or hint of something: a tang of cloves in the apple pie
4.
the pointed end of a tool, such as a chisel, file, knife, etc, which is fitted into a handle, shaft, or stock
noun
1.
the imperial dynasty of China from 618–907 ad
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