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Translation of "odour" - English-Spanish dictionary

odour

noun UK ( US odor)   /ˈəʊ·dər/
a smell, often one that is unpleasant olor body odour
(Definition of odour from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

odour

noun
a smell (usually particularly good or bad) olor the sweet odour/odor of roses.
odourless adjective ( odorless)
sin olor
(Definition of odour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “odour”
in Korean 냄새…
in Arabic رائحة…
in Malaysian bau…
in French odeur…
in Russian запах (часто неприятный)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (常指難聞的)氣味, 臭味…
in Italian odore…
in Turkish koku, keskin koku…
in Polish zapach, woń, odór…
in Vietnamese mùi…
in Portuguese odor, fedor…
in Thai กลิ่น…
in German der Geruch…
in Catalan olor, pudor…
in Japanese (不快な)におい…
in Chinese (Simplified) (常指难闻的)气味, 臭味…
in Indonesian bau…
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