smell somewhere out Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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smell somewhere out

UK (US smell somewhere up)
phrasal verb with smell uk   us   /smel/ verb (smelled or UK also smelt, smelled or UK smelt)
to ​fill a ​place with a ​smell, in an ​unpleasant way: That ​aftershave of yours is ​smelling out the ​wholehouse.
(Definition of smell somewhere out from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “smell somewhere out”
in Chinese (Simplified) (某处)弥漫着难闻的气味…
in Chinese (Traditional) (某處)彌漫著難聞的氣味…
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