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perfume

noun     /ˈpɜː.fjuːm/ US  /pɝːˈfjuːm/
[C or U] a liquid with a pleasant smell, usually made from oils taken from flowers or spices, which is often used on the skin 香水 What perfume are you wearing? 你用的是什么香水? She adores French perfume. 她非常喜欢法国香水。 Toiletry and perfumes
[U] a pleasant natural smell 香味,芳香 The perfume of the roses filled the room. 玫瑰的香味充满了整个房间。 Smells and smelling
perfume     /ˈpɜː.fjuːm/ US  /ˈpɝː-/ verb [T]
In the evening, the flowers perfume the air. 晚上花的芳香弥漫在空气中。 Smells and smelling
Translations of “perfume”
in Arabic عِطْر…
in Korean 향수…
in Malaysian bau harum, minyak wangi…
in French parfum…
in Turkish parfüm, güzel koku…
in Italian profumo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 香水, 香味,芳香…
in Russian духи…
in Polish perfumy…
in Vietnamese hương thơm, nước hoa…
in Spanish perfume…
in Portuguese perfume…
in Thai กลิ่นหอม, น้ำหอม…
in German der Duft, das Parfüm…
in Catalan perfum…
in Japanese 香水…
in Indonesian parfum, minyak wangi…
(Definition of perfume from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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