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stink

 (stĭngk)
v. stank (stăngk) or stunk (stŭngk), stunk, stink·ing, stinks
v.intr.
1. To emit a strong foul odor: The basement stinks of mildew.
2. Slang
a. To be of an extremely low or bad quality: These golf clubs stink.
b. To be in extremely bad repute: His name has stunk ever since that scandal.
c. To be morally offensive or have the appearance of dishonesty or corruption: Something about her testimony stinks.
d. To have something to an extreme or offensive degree: a family that is stinking with money; an act that stinks of jealousy.
v.tr.
To cause to stink: garbage that stinks up the yard.
n.
1. A strong offensive odor; a stench. See Synonyms at stench.
2. Slang A scandal or controversy: "the stink over sexual politics in the military" (David Nyhan).
Idiom:
make/raise a stink Slang
To make a great fuss.

[Middle English stinken, from Old English stincan, to emit a smell.]

stink′y adj.

stink

(stɪŋk)
n
1. a strong foul smell; stench
2. slang a great deal of trouble (esp in the phrase to make or raise a stink)
3. like stink intensely; furiously
vb (mainly intr) , stinks, stinking, stank, stunk or stunk
4. to emit a foul smell
5. slang to be thoroughly bad or abhorrent: this town stinks.
6. informal to have a very bad reputation: his name stinks.
7. to be of poor quality
8. slang (foll by: of or with) to have or appear to have an excessive amount (of money)
9. informal (usually foll by: up) to cause to stink
[Old English stincan; related to Old Saxon stinkan, German stinken, Old Norse stökkva to burst; see stench]

stink

(stɪŋk)

v. stank, often, stunk; stunk; stink•ing; v.i.
1. to emit a strong offensive smell.
2. to be offensive to propriety.
3. Informal. to be disgustingly inferior.
4. Slang. to have a large quantity of something (usu. fol. by of or with).
v.t.
5. to cause to stink or be otherwise offensive (often fol. by up).
n.
6. a strong offensive smell; stench.
7. Informal. an unpleasant fuss; scandal.
[before 900; Old English stincan, c. Middle Dutch, Middle Low German stinken, Old High German stinchan; compare stench]

stink


Past participle: stunk
Gerund: stinking

Imperative
stink
stink
Present
I stink
you stink
he/she/it stinks
we stink
you stink
they stink
Preterite
I stank
you stank
he/she/it stank
we stank
you stank
they stank
Present Continuous
I am stinking
you are stinking
he/she/it is stinking
we are stinking
you are stinking
they are stinking
Present Perfect
I have stunk
you have stunk
he/she/it has stunk
we have stunk
you have stunk
they have stunk
Past Continuous
I was stinking
you were stinking
he/she/it was stinking
we were stinking
you were stinking
they were stinking
Past Perfect
I had stunk
you had stunk
he/she/it had stunk
we had stunk
you had stunk
they had stunk
Future
I will stink
you will stink
he/she/it will stink
we will stink
you will stink
they will stink
Future Perfect
I will have stunk
you will have stunk
he/she/it will have stunk
we will have stunk
you will have stunk
they will have stunk
Future Continuous
I will be stinking
you will be stinking
he/she/it will be stinking
we will be stinking
you will be stinking
they will be stinking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stinking
you have been stinking
he/she/it has been stinking
we have been stinking
you have been stinking
they have been stinking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stinking
you will have been stinking
he/she/it will have been stinking
we will have been stinking
you will have been stinking
they will have been stinking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stinking
you had been stinking
he/she/it had been stinking
we had been stinking
you had been stinking
they had been stinking
Conditional
I would stink
you would stink
he/she/it would stink
we would stink
you would stink
they would stink
Past Conditional
I would have stunk
you would have stunk
he/she/it would have stunk
we would have stunk
you would have stunk
they would have stunk
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stink - a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasantstink - a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
odour, olfactory perception, olfactory sensation, smell, odor - the sensation that results when olfactory receptors in the nose are stimulated by particular chemicals in gaseous form; "she loved the smell of roses"
niff, pong - an unpleasant smell
Verb1.stink - be extremely bad in quality or in one's performance; "This term paper stinks!"
be - have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun); "John is rich"; "This is not a good answer"
2.stink - smell badly and offensively; "The building reeks of smoke"
smell - smell bad; "He rarely washes, and he smells"
smell up, stink out, stink up - cause to smell bad; fill with a bad smell

stink

verb
1. reek, pong (Brit. informal), whiff (Brit. slang), stink to high heaven (informal), offend the nostrils We all stank and nobody minded.
2. (Slang) be bad, be no good, be rotten, be offensive, be abhorrent, have a bad name, be detestable, be held in disrepute I think their methods stink.
noun
1. stench, pong (Brit. informal), foul smell, foulness, malodour, fetor, noisomeness The stink was overpowering.
2. (Slang) fuss, to-do, row, upset, scandal, stir, disturbance, uproar, commotion, rumpus, hubbub, brouhaha, deal of trouble (informal) The family's making a hell of a stink.

stink

verb
To have or give off a foul odor:
Translations
رائحَةٌ كَرِيهَةرائِحَةٌ مُنْتِنَهيَنْتِـنُيُنْتِن
smradsmrdětpáchnoutpuch
stankstinke
haistahajulemulemutalöyhkä
smradsmrditi
bűzlik
fÿlalykta illa
悪臭悪臭を放つ臭い臭うくだらない
악취악취가 나다
smakotsmirdētsmirdoņa
smradsmrdeti
stankstinkavara urusel
กลิ่นเหม็นส่งกลิ่นเหม็น
có mùi khó chịumùi hôi

stink

[stɪŋk] (stank (vb: pt) (stunk (pp)))
A. N
1. (= smell) → peste f, hedor m
a stink ofun hedor a ...
the stink of corruptionel olor a corrupción
2. (fig) (= row, trouble) → lío m, follón m (Sp)
there was a tremendous stink about itse armó un tremendo lío
to kick up or raise or make a stinkarmar un escándalo
B. VI
1. to stink (of)apestar (a), heder (a)
it stinks in hereaquí apesta
2. (= be very bad) the idea stinkses una pésima idea
I think the plan stinkscreo que es un proyecto abominable
as a headmaster he stinkscomo director es fatal
C. VT to stink the place outinfestar el lugar de olor
D. CPD stink bomb Nbomba f fétida

stink

[ˈstɪŋk]
n
(= smell) → puanteur f
(= fuss) → foin m
to kick up a stink about sth → faire tout un foin de qch
vi [stank] [ˈstæŋk] (pt) [stunk] [ˈstʌŋk] (pp)
(= smell) → puer, empester
It stinks in there! → Ça pue là-dedans!
[idea, methods] → puer
to stink of corruption → puer la corruption

stink

vb: pret <stank>, ptp <stunk>
n
(lit: = unpleasant smell) → Gestank m(of nach); (fig, of corruption etc) → (Ge)ruch m
(inf: = fuss, scandal) → Knatsch (inf), → Stunk (inf) m; to kick up or make a stinkStunk machen (inf)
vi
(lit: = smell unpleasant) → stinken; it stinks in herehier (drin) stinkts; it stinks to high heavendas stinkt zum Himmel (inf)
(fig inf: = be bad) → sauschlecht or miserabel sein (inf); the idea stinksdas ist eine sauschlechte or miserable Idee (inf); the whole business stinksdie ganze Sache stinkt (inf)

stink

[stɪŋk] (stank (vb: pt) (stunk (pp)))
1. npuzza, fetore m
to raise or kick up a stink (fig) (fam) → scatenare un putiferio, piantare un casino
2. vi to stink (of)puzzare (di)
it stinks in here → che puzza c'è qui
it stinks to high heaven → puzza tremendamente
the whole thing stinks (fig) (fam) → tutta la faccenda puzza
3. vt (also stink out) (room) → appestare

stink

(stiŋk) past tense stank (staŋk) : past participle stunk (staŋk) verb
to have a very bad smell. That fish stinks; The house stinks of cats.
noun
a very bad smell. What a stink!

stink

رائحَةٌ كَرِيهَة, يَنْتِـنُ smrad, smrdět stank, stinke Gestank, stinken βρομάω, δυσωδία apestar, hedor lemu, lemuta puanteur, puer smrad, smrditi puzza, puzzare 悪臭, 悪臭を放つ 악취, 악취가 나다 stank, stinken stank, stinke śmierdzieć, smród cheirar mal, feder, fedor, mau cheiro вонь, вонять stank, stinka กลิ่นเหม็น, ส่งกลิ่นเหม็น leş gibi kokma, leş gibi kokmak có mùi khó chịu, mùi hôi 发臭, 臭味

stink

n. olor desagradable, mal olor.
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