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scent

noun     /sent/
[C] a pleasant natural smell 香味 the scent of roses 玫瑰的香味 Smells and smelling
[C] a smell produced by an animal which acts as a signal to other animals (動物的)臭跡 The hounds had lost the scent of the fox near the river. 獵狗在河邊就聞不到狐狸的臭跡了。 Smells and smelling
[C or U] a pleasant-smelling liquid that people put on their skin; perfume 香水 a bottle of scent 一瓶香水 Toiletry and perfumes
(Definition of scent noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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