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deodorantnoun [C or U]

uk   /diˈəʊ.dər.ənt/  us   /diˈoʊ.dɚ.ənt/
C1 a ​substance that you put on ​yourbody to ​prevent or ​hideunpleasantsmells
(Definition of deodorant from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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deodorantnoun [C/U]

 us   /diˈoʊ·də·rənt/
a ​substance that is used to ​prevent or ​hideunpleasantsmells, esp. those of the ​body: [C/U] Someone should ​tell him to use (a) deodorant.
(Definition of deodorant from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “deodorant”
in Korean 데오도란트, 방취제…
in Arabic مُزيل للعَرَق…
in Malaysian deodoren…
in French désodorisant…
in Russian дезодорант…
in Chinese (Traditional) 除味劑,除臭劑…
in Italian deodorante…
in Turkish koku giderici sprey, deodorant…
in Polish dezodorant…
in Spanish desodorante…
in Vietnamese chất khử mùi…
in Portuguese desodorante…
in Thai ยาระงับกลิ่น…
in German das Deodorant…
in Catalan desodorant…
in Japanese デオドラント…
in Chinese (Simplified) 除味剂,除臭剂…
in Indonesian deodoran…
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