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perfume

noun /ˈpəːfjuːm/
a sweet smell or fragrance
perfume
the perfume of roses.
a liquid, cream etc which has a sweet smell when put on the skin, hair, clothes etc
perfume
She loves French perfume(s).
perfumery /-ˈfjuː-/ noun ( plural perfumeries) a shop where perfume is sold or a factory where it is made.
perfumería
Translations of “perfume”
in Arabic عِطْر…
in Korean 향수…
in Malaysian bau harum, minyak wangi…
in French parfum…
in Turkish parfüm, güzel koku…
in Italian profumo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 香水, 香味,芳香…
in Russian духи…
in Polish perfumy…
in Vietnamese hương thơm, nước hoa…
in Portuguese perfume…
in Thai กลิ่นหอม, น้ำหอม…
in German der Duft, das Parfüm…
in Catalan perfum…
in Japanese 香水…
in Indonesian parfum, minyak wangi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 香水, 香味,芳香…
(Definition of perfume from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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