odour

n.
smell

1) to emit, exude, give off, produce an odour

2) to perceive; recognize an odour

3) a faint, slight; fetid, foul, rank, unpleasant; heavy; musty; pleasant; pungent, strong odour

4) an odour emanates from

repute

(BE)

5) in bad; good odour

* * *
['əʊdə]
exude
fetid
give off
good odour
heavy
musty
produce an odour
pungent
recognize an odour
strong odour
a faint
an odour emanates from
i ['repute'] (BE) n bad
t ['smell'] o emit
to perceive

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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