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aroma

noun /əˈrəumə/
the (usually pleasant) smell that a substance has or gives off
aroma
The aroma of coffee filled the room.
aromatic /ӕrəˈmӕtik/ adjective
aromático
aromatic herbs.
aromatherapy /əˌrouməˈθerəpi/ noun the use of pleasant-smelling plant oils to control pain or make someone relaxed during a massage.
aromático
Translations of “aroma”
in Korean 향…
in Arabic شَذا, عبير…
in French arôme…
in Italian aroma…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常指食物、飲料的)香味,香氣,芳香…
in Russian аромат…
in Turkish yiyecek ve içeceklerden gelen koku, aroma…
in Polish aromat…
in Portuguese aroma, cheiro…
in German das Aroma…
in Catalan aroma…
in Japanese (よい)香り, 芳香…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常指食物、饮料的)香味,香气,芳香…
(Definition of aroma from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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