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smells name, different types of smells names, necessary vocabulary
Smells

Smell / smel / (স্মেল্‌) n [the quality of Sth that people and animals sense through their noses] (গন্ধ; ঘ্রাণ): There is a delicious smell in here. Cooking smells drifted up from the kitchen. The faint smell of her perfume hung in the air. A faint/strong smell of garlic. What’s that smell? Yuck! What a smell!   



       <VERB> Smell {Pt. Pp. (US) smelled; (UK) smelt} 1. [to have a particular quality that others can notice with their noses] (গন্ধ পাওয়া; <সুনির্দিষ্ট>গন্ধ থাকা): The house smells of cedar wood and fresh polish. His clothes smelled strongly of fish. It smells like rotten meat. There’s something in the fridge that smells moldy.

       2. [to put your nose near Sth and breathe in so that you can discover or identify its smell] (শুঁকে দেখা; গন্ধ নেওয়া): Can you smell something burning? Smell this and tell me what you think it is. I can smell something nasty in the bottom of the fridge.

Necessary Vocabulary 


Ø Sense / sens / (ছেন্‌ছ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. sensed / senst / (ছেন্‌স্ট্‌)} [to feel or to become aware of Sth even though you cannot see it, hear it, etc.] (টের পাওয়া; অনুভব করা; আঁচ করা): Could you sense what was likely to happen?

Ø Delicious / dɪˈlɪʃəs / (ডিˈলিশছ্‌) adj [having a very pleasant taste or smell] (<বিশেষত স্বাদ, গন্ধ>তৃপ্তিকর; বসনারোচক; মধুর; উপাদেয়): The delicious smell of freshly-made coffee came from the kitchen.

Ø Drift / drɪft / (ড্রিফট্‌) v <+ adv. / prep.> {Pt. Pp. drifted / drɪftɪd / (ড্রিফ্‌টিড্‌)} [to move along smoothly and slowly in water or air] (স্রোতে বা বাতাসে ভেসে চলা): Smoke drifted up from the campfire.

Ø Faint / feɪnt / (ফেন্ট্‌) adj [that cannot be clearly seen, heard or smelt] (অস্পষ্ট; ক্ষীণ): a faint sound/noise/smell

Ø Hang / hæŋ / (হ্যাঙ্‌) v <+ adv. / prep.> {Pt. Pp. hung / hʌŋ / (হাঙ্‌)} [to stay in the air] (বাতাসে ভেসে থাকা/অবস্থান করা): Smoke from the houses hung above the village.

Ø Strong / strɔːŋ / (স্ট্রোঙ্‌) adj [easy to see, hear, feel or smell; very great or intense] (ঝাঁঝাল; কটু; উগ্র): I don’t like coffee/tea if it’s too strong. A strong smell

Ø Yuck / jʌk / (ইআক্‌) exclamatory {Also. yuk} [used for to show that you think Sth is disgusting or unpleasant] (ছিঃ): “Yuck; what a revolting<বিছ্রী> smell!” it’s filthy; Yuck!  

Ø Particular / pərˈtɪkjələr / (ˈটিকির্‌) adj [special, or this and not any other] (সুনির্দিষ্ট্‌; অন্যদের বা অন্যগুলোর থেকে স্বতন্ত্র কোনো এক): The chemicals pose a particular threat to water quality.
     <SYN> Specific

Necessary Vocabulary 

rotten
Rotten

Ø Rotten / ˈrɑːtn / (ˈরাঃট্‌ন্‌) adj [(of food, wood, etc.) that has decayed and can not be eaten or used] (পচা): The room smelled of rotten vegetables. The fruits are starting to go rotten.

      <VERB> Rot / rɑːt / (রাঃট্‌) v {Pt. Pp. rotted / rɑːtɪd / (রাঃটিড্‌)} [to decay, or make Sth decay, naturally and gradually] (পচে যাওয়া বা পচানো): Rain has got in and rotten away the woodwork.
        <SYN> Decompose
mold
Mold

Ø Mold / maʊld / (মৌল্ড্‌) n [a soft green, grey or black substance like fur that grows on old food or on objects that have been left for too long in the warm wet air] (ছাতা বা ছত্রাক): There was mold on the cheese. Molds on fungi

       <ADJ> Moldy / ˈmaʊldi / (ˈমৌল্ডি) adj [covered with mold] (ছাতা-ধরা; ছাতাপড়া): moldy bread/cheese

Ø Breathe / briːð / (ব্রীদ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. breathed / briːðd / (ব্রীদ্‌ড্‌)} [to take air into your lungs and send it out again through your nose or mouth] (শ্বাস নেওয়া বা ফেলা): It is so airless in here - I can hardly breathe.

Ø Nasty / ˈnæsti / (ˈন্যাছটি) adj [bad or very unpleasant] (জঘন্য; কদর্য; নোংরা): There’s a nasty smell in here.


aroma smell
Aroma
Aroma / əˈroʊmə / (ˈরৌম) n [a strong pleasant smell, usually from food or drink] (সুগ্ধ; সৌরভ্‌): A delicious aroma was coming from the kitchen. A wine with a light fruity aroma. The mouth-watering aroma of prawns cooked in garlic. 

<ADJ> Aromatic / ˌærəˈmætɪk / (ˌএ্যারˈম্যাটিক্‌) adj [having a pleasant noticeable smell] (সুগন্ধময়): aromatic oils/herbs

Necessary Vocabulary 


Ø Pleasant / ˈpleznt / (ˈপ্লেজন্ট্‌) adj [enjoyable, attractive, friendly, or easy to like] (সুখাবহ; মনোজ্ঞ; সুখকর): Harold did his best to be pleasant to the old man.

Ø Fruity / ˈfruːti / (ˈফ্রূটি) adj [smelling or tasting strongly of fruit] (স্বাদে ও গন্ধে ফলের মতো): This cheese has a delicious fruity flavor.

Ø Mouth-watering / ˈmaʊθ-ˈwɔːtərɪŋ / (ˈমাউথ-ˈওআটরিঙ্‌) adj [describes food looks or smells so good that you want to eat immediately] (অত্যন্ত-ক্ষুধাবর্ধক; এমন সুগন্ধ যাতে মুখে জল এসে যায় এমন): Look at those mouth-watering cakes.
    <SYN> Tempting



fragrant smell
Fragrant 
Fragrant / ˈfreɪgrənt / (ˈফ্রেগ্রন্ট্‌) adj [with a pleasant smell] (সুরভিত; সুরভি; সুগন্ধি; সুবাস): The sauce<চাটনি> itself was light, fragrant and slightly sweet. Fragrant herbs/flowers/oils



scent smell
Scent
Scent / sent / (ছেন্ট্‌) n 1. [the pleasant smell that Sth has] (সুবাস; সৌরভ): The flowers give off a heady scent at night. Most flying insects are attracted by various scents.

Necessary Vocabulary 

scent
2. Scent

2. Scent / sent / (ছেন্ট্‌) n [a liquid with a pleasant smell that you wear/put on your skin to make it smell nice] (গন্ধদ্রব্য; আতর): She dabbed some scent on her neck.

Ø Heady / ˈhedi / (ˈহেডি) adj [having a strong effect on your senses, making you feel excited and confident] (তেজি; দ্রুত উন্মাদক): the heady scent of hot spices

Ø Wear / wer / (ওএর্‌) v {Pt. wore; Pp. worn} [to have clothes, jewelry, etc. on your body] (<শরীরে কোনোকিছু>লাগানো; <কাপড়>পড়া): He never wears scent.

Ø Dab / dæb / (ড্যাব্‌) v {Pt. Pp. dabbed / dæbd / (ড্যাব্‌ড্‌)} [to put Sth on a surface with quick light movements] (আলতোভাবে ছোঁয়া লাগানো): She dabbed a little perfume behind her ears.



perfume
Perfume
Perfume / pərˈfjuːm / (ˈফিঊম্‌) n [a liquid with a pleasant smell, usually made from oils taken from flowers or spices, which is often used on the skin] (<ফুল বা মসল্লার নির্যাস থেকে প্রস্তুত>সুগন্ধি সৌরভ): What perfume are you wearing? There was a strong smell of cheap perfume in the car. She adores French perfume. What does the perfume like?  

Ø Adore / əˈdɔːr / (ˈডোর্‌) v {Pt. Pp. adored / əˈdɔːrd / (ˈডোর্‌ড্‌)} [to love something very much, especially in an admiring or respectful way, or to like something very much] (অত্যন্ত পছন্দ করা; ভক্তি করা): It is obvious that she adores him.



putrid smell
Putrid 
Putrid / ˈpjuːtrɪd / (ˈপ্যিট্রিড্‌) adj [(of dead animals or plants) decaying and therefore smelling very bad] (<মরা গাছপালা ও প্রাণী সম্বন্ধে>পচা, গলিত ও দুর্গন্ধ যুক্ত): They held their noses to avoid the putrid smell of rotten meat. The putrid smell from the slaughterhouse. 

Necessary Vocabulary  

Ø Decay / dɪˈkeɪ / (ডিˈকে) v {Pt. Pp. decayed / dɪˈkeɪd / (ডিˈকেড্‌)} [to be destroyed gradually by natural processes; to destroy Sth in this way] (<প্রাকৃতিক ভাবে>ক্ষয়ে যাওয়া/পচে যাওয়া): the smell of decaying meat. Decaying leaves/teeth/food
    <SYN> Rot

Ø Slaughterhouse / ˈslɔɪtərhaʊs / (ˈস্লোটরহাউছ্‌) n [a place where animals are killed for their meat] (কসাইখানা):



foul smell
Foul Smell
Foul / faʊl / (ফাল্‌) adj [extremely unpleasant smell] (নোংরা ও পুতিগন্ধ): Those toilets smell foul! Foul drinking water was blamed for the epidemic. 
  
Ø Unpleasant / ʌnˈpleznt / (আনˈপ্লেজন্ট্‌) adj [not enjoyable or comfortable] (অপ্রীতিকর; অরুচিকর; অপ্রিয়): an unpleasant surprise
     <SYN> Disagreeable 

Ø Blame / bleɪm / (ব্লেম্‌) v {Pt. Pp. blamed / bleɪmd / (ব্লেম্‌ড্‌)} [to think or say that someone or something is responsible for something bad happening] (দোষ দেওয়া): Do not blame me if you miss the bus!



stink smell
Stink 
Stink / stɪŋk / (স্টিঙ্‌ক্‌) n [a strong unpleasant smell] (তীব্র কটু গন্ধ): The room was filled with the stink of sweat and urine. There was an overpowering stink of burning flesh.    

        <VERB> Stink v <~ of Sth> {Pt. stank; Pp. stunk} [to have a strong, unpleasant smell] (তীব্র ও কটু দুর্গন্ধ ছড়ানো): The whole house stank of cigarettes. Your feet stink! The garbage stinks.

Necessary Vocabulary 


Ø Sweat / swet / (ছোএট্‌) n [the salty drops of liquid that appear on the surface of your skin when you are hot, ill/sick or afraid] (ঘাম বা ঘর্ম): He wiped the sweat from her face.
        <SYN> Perspiration

urinate, pee, piss
Urinate/Pee
Ø Urine / ˈjʊrən / (ˈন্‌) n [the yellowish liquid waste that collects in the bladder and that you release from the body] (প্রস্রাব; মূত্র): He is having a urine. to have a urine
   
      <VERB> Urinate / ˈjʊrəneɪt / (ˈনেট্‌) v {Pt. Pp. urinated / ˈjʊrəneɪtɪd / (ˈনেটিড্‌)} [to pass urine from the body] (মূত্র ত্যাগ করা; প্রস্রাব করা): I need to urinate.

         <SYN> Pee; Piss  

Ø Overpower / ˌoʊvərˈpaʊər / (ˌˈপাউএর্‌) v {~ Sb/Sth} [to be so strong or great that it affects or disturbs Sb/Sth seriously] (দাবিয়ে রাখা; বৃহত্তর সংখ্যা দ্বারা পরাভূত করা): The smell of gas overpowered me as I went into the house.

Ø Flesh / fleʃ / (ফ্লেশ্‌) n [the soft substance between the skin and bones of an animal or human bodies or the soft inside part of a fruits or vegetables] (<প্রাণী দেহের>কাঁচা মাংস এবং ফল বা সবজির ভিতরের অংশ): Tigers are flesh-eating animals. The flesh of the fruit is white. 

Ø Garbage / ˈgɑːrbɪdʒ / (ˈগাঃর্বিজ্‌) n {UK rubbish} [waste food, material or unwanted things etc. that you throw away] (আবর্জনা; উচ্ছিষ্ট; জঞ্জাল): There was garbage strewn around everywhere.



musty smell
Musty
Musty / ˈmʌstɪ / (ˈমাছ্‌টি) adj [smelling damp and unpleasantly old because of a lack of fresh air] (<বাসি, ছাতাপড়া, ছেতো, বা ছাতার>গন্ধ্যযুক্ত): There was a damp, musty smell in the room. These clothes smell musty. A musty old book 

Ø Damp / dæmp / (ড্যাম্প্‌) adj [slightly wet, especially in a way that is not pleasant or comfortable] (সেঁতসেঁতে; আদ্র): The cottage was cold and damp.


odour smell
Odour 
Odour / ˈaʊdər / (ˈঔডর্‌) n [a smell, especially one that is unpleasant] (দুরগন্ধ): I smelled the distinct odor of something burning. He suffers badly from body odor.  A foul/pungent, etc. odor. The stale odor of cigarette smoke.

Necessary Vocabulary 

Ø Distinct / dɪˈstɪŋkt / (ডিˈছটিঙক্ট্‌) adj [easily or clearly heard, seen, felt, etc.] (সহজে দৃষ্ট; সহজে চিহ্নিতকরণ যোগ্য): There is a distinct smell of cigarettes in here.

Ø Pungent / ˈpʌndʒənt / (ˈপানজন্ট্‌) adj [describes a very strong smell or taste, something one that is unpleasantly strong] (<গন্ধ, স্বাদ ইত্যাদি>কড়া, তীক্ষ্ণ স্বাদ যুক্ত): The air was pungent with the smell of spices.

stale bread
Stale

Ø Stale / steɪl / (স্টেল্‌) adj 1. [(of air, smoke, etc.) no longer fresh; smelling unpleasant] (<বাতাস, ধোয়া সম্বন্ধে>নিরস ও ভেপসা): stale sweat

2. Stale / steɪl / (স্টেল্‌) adj [(of food) no longer fresh and therefore unpleasant to eat] (বাসি): The bread/cake had gone stale.










stench smell
Stench
Stench / stentʃ / (স্টেঞ্চ্‌) n [a strong, very unpleasant smell] (পূতিগন্ধ): The stench of death and decay hung in the air. The stench of rotting fish filled the hut.



reek smell
Reek
Reek / riːk / (রীক্‌) n [a strong unpleasant smell] (তীব্র দুর্গন্ধ): The room was filled with the reek of stale tobacco smoke.

     <VERB> {~ (of Sth)} [to smell very strongly of Sth unpleasant] (দুর্গন্ধে ভুর ভুর করা): His breath reeked of tobacco. Her breath reeked of garlic.



acrid smell
Acrid
Acrid / ˈækrɪd / (ˈএ্যাকরিড্‌) adj [describes a smell or taste that is strong and bitter and causes a burning feeling in the throat] (<গন্ধ বা স্বাদ সম্বন্ধে>অত্যন্ত কটু, ঝাঁঝালো ও তীব্র): An acrid smell filled the air. Acrid smoke from burning tires  

Necessary Vocabulary 

Ø Bitter / ˈbɪtər / (ˈবিটর্‌) adj [(of food, etc.) having a strong, unpleasant taste; not sweet] (তিতা; তিক্ত; কটু): Black coffee leaves a bitter taste in the mouth.



bouquet smell
Bouquet
Bouquet / buˈkeɪ / (বুˈকে) n 1. [the pleasant smell of a type of food or drink, especially of wine] (<বিশেষ ধরেণের খাবার বা মদের>গন্ধ): This wine has a rich oaky bouquet.

bouquet
Bouquet
2. Bouquet / buˈkeɪ / (বুˈকে) n [a bunch of flowers that have been fastened together and attractively arranged so that it can be carried in a formal occasion or presented as a gift] (ফুলের তোড়া; কুসুমস্তবক): She received a bouquet of red roses on Valentin’s Day. She caught the bride’s bouquet.

Ø Fasten / ˈfæsn / (ˈফ্যাছন্‌) v {Pt. Pp. fastened / ˈfæsnd / (ˈফ্যাছন্ড্‌)} [to close or join together the two parts of Sth; to become closed or joined together] (একত্রে বাঁধা বা যুক্ত করা): Please fasten your seat belts!
     <SYN> Do up








whiff smell
Whiff
Whiff / wɪf / (হুফ্‌) n {~ (of Sth)} [a smell, especially one that you only smell for a short time or carried on a current of air] (হাওয়ায় ভেসে আসা এক ঝলক গন্ধ): She took a deep whiff of his aftershave. He leaned towards me and I caught/got a whiff of cigar smoke.

Necessary Vocabulary 

Ø Current / ˈkɜːrənt / (ˈকা্‌রন্ট্‌) n [a movement of water, air or electricity, in a particular direction] (জল-স্রোত; বায়ু-স্রোত): Birds use warm air currents to help their flight.

Ø Aftershave / ˈæftərʃeɪv / (ˈএ্যাফটরশেভ্‌) n [a liquid with a pleasant smell which a man puts on his face after shaving] (আফটার শেভ লোশন): a faint smell of aftershave







Adjectives for bad smells English Vocabulary 



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