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Translation of "whiff" - English-Spanish dictionary

whiff

noun   /wɪf/
a slight smell, carried on a current of air olorcillo He leaned towards me and I caught/got a whiff of garlic. During the first few months of pregnancy the slightest whiff of food cooking made my stomach turn.1094
a whiff of sth
a slight sign of something un olorcillo a algo They regularly hold elections without a whiff of corruption or violence.1981
(Definition of whiff from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

whiff

noun /wif/
a sudden puff (of air, smoke, smell etc) bocanada, vaharada, soplo, olorcillo a whiff of petrol a whiff of cigar smoke.
(Definition of whiff from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “whiff”
in Vietnamese luồng hơi…
in Malaysian bau…
in Thai กลิ่นอ่อน ๆ…
in French odeur, bouffée…
in German der Hauch…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一阵气味,一股味道…
in Turkish hafif koku, esinti…
in Russian запах…
in Indonesian hembusan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一陣氣味,一股味道…
in Polish zapach, woń…
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