smelliness


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إنبِعاث الرائِحَة الكَريهَه
zápach
kellemetlen szag
óòefur
pis kokma

smelliness

[ˈsmelɪnɪs] Npeste f, hediondez f

smell

(smel) noun
1. the sense or power of being aware of things through one's nose. My sister never had a good sense of smell.
2. the quality that is noticed by using this power. a pleasant smell; There's a strong smell of gas.
3. an act of using this power. Have a smell of this!
verbpast tense, past participles smelled, ~smelt (smelt)
1. to notice by using one's nose. I smell gas; I thought I smelt (something) burning.
2. to give off a smell. The roses smelt beautiful; Her hands smelt of fish.
3. to examine by using the sense of smell. Let me smell those flowers.
-smelling
having a (particular kind of) smell. a nasty-smelling liquid; sweet-smelling roses.
ˈsmelly adjective
having a bad smell. smelly fish.
ˈsmelliness noun
smell out
to find (as if) by smelling. We buried the dog's bone, but he smelt it out again.
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