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fragrant

adjective /ˈfreiɡrənt/
having a sweet smell
fragante
fragrant flowers.
fragrance noun (a) sweet smell
fragancia, perfume
The fragrance of the roses filled the room.
a fragrant (not flagrant) plant.
Translations of “fragrant”
in Arabic عَطِر…
in Korean 향…
in Malaysian wangi…
in French odorant…
in Turkish güzel kokulu…
in Italian fragrante, profumato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 芳香的,芬芳的…
in Russian благоухающий…
in Polish pachnący…
in Vietnamese thơm ngát…
in Portuguese cheiroso, fragrante…
in Thai หอม…
in German duftend…
in Catalan fragant…
in Japanese よい香りの…
in Indonesian harum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 芳香的,芬芳的…
(Definition of fragrant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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