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pu·trid

 (pyo͞o′trĭd)
adj.
1. Decomposed and foul-smelling; rotten: putrid meat.
2. Proceeding from, relating to, or exhibiting putrefaction: a putrid odor.
3. Morally rotten; corrupt: "and all the while scarlet thoughts, putrid fantasies, and no love" (Louis Auchincloss).
4. Of extremely poor quality; atrocious or contemptible: a good play ruined by putrid acting.

[Middle English putred, from Old French putride, from Latin putridus, from putrēre, to be rotten, from puter, putr-, rotten; see pū̆- in Indo-European roots.]

pu·trid′i·ty (-trĭd′ĭ-tē), pu′trid·ness (-trĭd-nĭs) n.
pu′trid·ly adv.
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putrid

(ˈpjuːtrɪd)
adj
1. (Biology) (of organic matter) in a state of decomposition, usually giving off a foul smell: putrid meat.
2. morally corrupt or worthless
3. sickening; foul: a putrid smell.
4. informal deficient in quality or value: a putrid film.
[C16: from Latin putridus rotten, from putrēre to be rotten]
puˈtridity, ˈputridness n
ˈputridly adv
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pu•trid

(ˈpyu trɪd)

adj.
1. (of organic material) in a state of foul decay or decomposition.
2. of, pertaining to, or attended by putrefaction.
3. having the odor of decaying flesh.
4. of very low quality; rotten.
[1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin putridus rotten =putr(ēre) to rot + -idus -id4]
pu•trid′i•ty, pu′trid•ness, n.
pu′trid•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.putrid - of or relating to or attended by putrefaction; "putrid decomposition"
2.putrid - in an advanced state of decomposition and having a foul odor; "horrible like raw and putrid flesh"- Somerset Maugham
stale - lacking freshness, palatability, or showing deterioration from age; "stale bread"; "the beer was stale"
3.putrid - morally corrupt or evil; "the putrid atmosphere of the court"
corrupt - lacking in integrity; "humanity they knew to be corrupt...from the day of Adam's creation"; "a corrupt and incompetent city government"
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putrid

adjective rotten, contaminated, stinking, tainted, off, bad, rank, foul, spoiled, corrupt, rotting, decayed, reeking, decomposed, rancid, fetid, putrefied, olid river banks coated with layers of putrid sludge from untreated waste
clean, fresh, sweet, pure, wholesome, untainted, uncontaminated
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putrid

adjective
1. Impaired because of decay:
2. Smelling of mildew or decay:
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Translations
عَفِن، نَتِن
páchnoucíshnilýzkažený
rådden
rotinn, úldinn
sušvinkęs
pūstošssamaitājiessapuvis
kok muş

putrid

[ˈpjuːtrɪd] ADJ
1. (= rotten) → putrefacto, podrido
2. [stench] → hediondo, pestilente
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putrid

[ˈpjuːtrɪd] adjputride
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putrid

adjverfault; smellfaulig; (fig: = corrupt) → zersetzt; (inf: = horrible) → grässlich, ekelhaft; the rubbish had become putridder Abfall war verfault
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putrid

[ˈpjuːtrɪd] adjputrido/a
to turn putrid → putrefarsi
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putrid

(ˈpjuːtrid) adjective
(smelling) rotten. putrid fish.
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pu·trid

a. pútrido-a, corrompido-a.
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References in classic literature ?
Here floweth all blood putridly and tepidly and frothily through all veins: spit on the great city, which is the great slum where all the scum frotheth together!
Isn't it ironic that he provides us, the residents of the cities, what sustains us but he is the one who is forced to lead a dog's life by putridly extractive politico-economic system?
It was all eyes--wolfish and mocking--and the rugose insect-like head dissolved at the top to a thin stream of mist which curled putridly about and finally vanished up the chimney.