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pong

noun [C] uk   /pɒŋ/ us    /pɑːŋ/ UK humorous
an unpleasant smell: What a pong!
pong
verb [I] uk   UK humorous us  
After a couple of days of continuous use, the costumes began to pong.
Translations of “pong”
in Korean 악취…
in Arabic رائحة كَريهة…
in Portuguese catinga…
in Catalan pudor, tuf…
in Japanese 悪臭…
in Italian puzzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 臭氣,難聞的氣味…
in Chinese (Simplified) 臭气,难闻的气味…
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