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fragrance

noun [C or U]     /ˈfreɪ.ɡrənts/
a sweet or pleasant smell 芳香,香氣 the delicate fragrance of roses 玫瑰花淡雅的芳香 Smells and smelling
a liquid which people put on their bodies to make themselves smell pleasant 香水 a brand new fragrance for men 新款男士香水 Toiletry and perfumes
fragranced     /ˈfreɪ.ɡrənst/ adjective Smells and smelling
Translations of “fragrance”
in Korean 향기…
in Arabic عِطْر…
in Portuguese fragrância…
in Catalan fragància…
in Japanese 香り…
in Italian fragranza…
in Russian аромат, благоухание, духи…
in Turkish güzel koku, rayiha, koku…
in Chinese (Simplified) 芳香,香气, 香水…
in Polish zapach, woń, perfumy…
(Definition of fragrance from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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