deodorant


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de·o·dor·ant

 (dē-ō′dər-ənt)
n.
1. A substance applied to the skin to mask or suppress body odors.
2. A substance released into the air to counteract unwanted odors.
adj.
Capable of masking or neutralizing odors.

deodorant

(diːˈəʊdərənt)
n
1.
a. a substance applied to the body to suppress or mask the odour of perspiration or other body odours
b. (as modifier): a deodorant spray. Compare antiperspirant
2. any substance for destroying or masking odours, such as liquid sprayed into the air

de•o•dor•ant

(diˈoʊ dər ənt)

n.
1. an agent for destroying odors.
2. a substance for inhibiting or masking perspiration or other bodily odors.
adj.
3. capable of destroying odors.
[1865–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.deodorant - a toiletry applied to the skin in order to mask unpleasant odorsdeodorant - a toiletry applied to the skin in order to mask unpleasant odors
toilet articles, toiletry - artifacts used in making your toilet (washing and taking care of your body)

deodorant

noun antiperspirant, disinfectant, deodorizer, fumigant, air freshener He took a can of deodorant and sprayed his armpits.
Translations
deodorant
deodorant
deodorantti
deodorant
dezodor
svitalyktareyîir
デオドラント
탈취제
dezodorantas
dezodorants
dezodorant
deodorant
deodorant
ยาดับกลิ่น
chất khử mùi cơ thể

deodorant

[diːˈəʊdərənt] Ndesodorante m

deodorant

[diˈəʊdərənt] ndésodorisant m, déodorant m

deodorant

adjdesodor(is)ierend
nDeodorant nt; deodorant sprayDeospray nt

deodorant

[diːˈəʊdərnt] ndeodorante m

deodorant

(diːˈəudərənt) noun
a substance that destroys or conceals unpleasant (body) smells. She perspires a lot – she should use (a) deodorant.

deodorant

مُزيلُ الرَّائِحَةِ الكَرِيهَة deodorant deodorant Deodorant αποσμητικό desodorante deodorantti déodorant deodorant deodorante デオドラント 탈취제 deodorant deodorant dezodorant desodorante, desodorizante дезодорант deodorant ยาดับกลิ่น deodorant chất khử mùi cơ thể 除臭剂

de·o·dor·ant

n. desodorante.

deodorant

adj & n desodorante m
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