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Translation of "smell" - English-Spanish dictionary

smell

noun /smel/
the sense or power of being aware of things through one’s nose olfato My sister never had a good sense of smell. the quality that is noticed by using this power olor a pleasant smell There’s a strong smell of gas. an act of using this power olfateo, olfacción Have a smell of this! -smelling suffix having a (particular kind of) smell con olor a (…) a nasty-smelling liquid sweet-smelling roses. smelly adjective ( comparative smellier, superlative smelliest) having a bad smell maloliente, apestoso smelly fish. smelliness noun mal olor, hedor the smelliness of the cheese. smell out phrasal verb to find (as if) by smelling husmear We buried the dog’s bone, but he smelt it out again.
(Definition of smell from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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