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When you take a bite of some delicious fried chicken in your 便當 (lunch boxes, pinyin: bian4dang1), you can say 很入味 (pinyin: hen3ru4wei4, hěnrùwèi) , which means “very tasty”. Here is an example:

The fried chicken is very tasty. 炸雞做得很入味。(pinyin: zha4ji1zuo4dehen3ru4wei4).

入味 pinyin ru4wei4 (simplified and traditional style)
入味 as adjective: tasty, interesting, well flavoured

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美味 = 美 (Beautiful) + 味 (Taste) = [literally] (Beautiful Taste); (Delicious), (Delicacy)

美 as adjective: beautiful, good-looking, pretty, handsome, fair, good, nice, fine, ideal, American
美 as verb: praise, beautify

味 as noun: taste, savor, tone, odor, smell
味 as verb: to distinguish the flavour of
味 as a measuring word: ex: 六味中藥 (six Chinese medicines, pinyin: liu4wei4zhong1yao4, iùwèizhōngyào)

美味 as adjective: delicious
美味 as noun: delicacy

PINYIN: 美味 (mei3wei4, měiwèi)
Pronunciation: http://bit.ly/1tRvJSY
Stroke: http://bit.ly/1k91ekz
Style: Traditional and Simplified and Kanji
Rarity: Common

Source: Chineasy

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