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stenchnoun [U]

 us   /stentʃ/
a ​strong, ​unpleasantsmell: the stench of ​rottingfish
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stenchnoun

uk   /stentʃ/  us   /stentʃ/
(Definition of stench from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “stench”
in Korean 악취…
in Arabic رائِحة كَريهة…
in Malaysian bau busuk…
in French puanteur…
in Russian зловоние…
in Chinese (Traditional) 惡臭,臭氣, 惡劣影響, 不良後果…
in Italian fetore…
in Turkish pis koku…
in Polish smród…
in Spanish peste, mal olor…
in Vietnamese mùi khó chịu…
in Portuguese fedor…
in Thai กลิ่นเหม็น…
in German der Gestank…
in Catalan pudor…
in Japanese 悪臭…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恶臭,臭气, 恶劣影响, 不良后果…
in Indonesian bau busuk…
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