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 us   /ˈpju·trɪd/
very decayed and having an ​unpleasantsmell: a putrid ​garbagedump
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uk   us   /ˈpjuː.trɪd/

putrid adjective (DECAYED)

decayed and having an ​unpleasantsmell: the putrid ​body of a ​deadfox What's that putrid smell?

putrid adjective (UNPLEASANT)

informal very ​unpleasant or ​ugly: a ​dress in a putrid ​shade of ​yellow
(Definition of putrid from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “putrid”
in Spanish podrido, putrefacto…
in Vietnamese phân huỷ…
in Malaysian reput dan busuk…
in Thai เน่าเหม็น…
in French pourri…
in German verfault…
in Chinese (Simplified) 腐烂的, 腐烂的,腐坏的…
in Turkish çürümüş, kötü kokan, çürük…
in Russian гнилой, вонючий…
in Indonesian busuk…
in Chinese (Traditional) 腐爛的, 腐爛的,腐壞的…
in Polish zgniły, cuchnący…
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