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German translation of “scent”

scent

verb /sent/
to discover by the sense of smell
wittern
The dog scented a cat.
to suspect
wittern
As soon as he came into the room I scented trouble.
to cause to smell pleasantly
riechen
The roses scented the air.
scented adjective (negative unscented) sweet-smelling
duftend
scented soap.
put/throw (someone) off the scent to give (a person) wrong information so that he will not find the person, thing etc he is looking for
von der richtigen Spur ablenken
She told the police a lie in order to throw them off the scent.
(Definition of scent from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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