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    don't have much taste for

    Dear all,

    How should I understand the underlined?

    Does it simply mean "dislike"or "reluctant to do sth"?

    Thanks in advance.

    Eartha

    The satraps of Capitol Hill don't have much taste for aggressive financial reform.

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    Re: don't have much taste for

    I would think both, but a "reluctance" is probably stronger.

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