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minayalan
I never lost the taste for good tobacco I gave up cigarettes thirty years ago, but I never lost the taste for good tobacco. what does "I never lost the taste for good tobacco" mean?
2 مارس 2014 07:17
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The meaning of the expression here is not completely clear. Either the speaker remembers smoking cigarettes fondly or now uses tobacco in other forms.
2 مارس 2014
我从来没忘记过烟草的味道。
2 مارس 2014
minayalan
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Chinese (Mandarin), English
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