smell

smell
{smel}
I. 1. миризма, мирис, аромат (of на)
to have/take a SMELL of something помирисвам нещо
2. обоняние
II. 1. усещам мирис (на), мириша, помирисвам
душа (и с at), подушвам, надушвам
2. издавам/имам мирис/аромат, мириша (of на), воня, смърдя
3. прен. воня, смърдя, много съмнителен съм
to SMELL to high heaven воня (и прен. -за сделка и пр.)
smell about/around прен. душа, търся сведения
smell of мириша на, имам аромат/миризма на, прен. намирисвам/приличам на
something SMELLs of the lamp изглежда, че нещо е изработено с много труд/с много нощни бдения
to SMELL of the shop полагам големи усилия да си продам стоката, говоря твърде технически/професионално
smell out подушвам, откривам/намирам с душене, разкривам, откривам (тайна)
smell up умирисвам, вмирисвам
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{smel} n 1. миризма, мирис, аромат (of на); to have/take a smell of(2) {smel} v (smelled, smelt {smelt}) 1. усещам мирис (на); м
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обоняние; помирисвам; аромат;
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1. i. миризма, мирис, аромат (of на) 2. ii. усещам мирис (на), мириша, помирисвам 3. smell about/around прен. душа, търся сведения 4. smell of мириша на, имам аромат/миризма на, прен. намирисвам/приличам на 5. smell out подушвам, откривам/намирам с душене, разкривам, откривам (тайна) 6. smell up умирисвам, вмирисвам 7. something smells of the lamp изглежда, че нещо е изработено с много труд/с много нощни бдения 8. to have/take a smell of something помирисвам нещо 9. to smell of the shop полагам големи усилия да си продам стоката, говоря твърде технически/професионално 10. to smell to high heaven воня (и прен. -за сделка и пр.) 11. душа (и с at), подушвам, надушвам 12. издавам/имам мирис/аромат, мириша (of на), воня, смърдя 13. обоняние 14. прен. воня, смърдя, много съмнителен съм
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smell [smel] I. n 1. миризма, мирис, аромат; to take a \smell at помирисвам, надушвам, подушвам; 2. обоняние; II. v (smelt или smelled) 1. имам обоняние, имам нюх, усещам мирис; мириша, помирисвам, подушвам, душа (с out, at); to \smell out откривам; 2. издавам миризма, мириша; воня, смърдя; to \smell a rat подозирам, че нещо не е наред; to \smell fish (s.th. fishy) прен. надушвам нещо съмнително; to \smell danger предчувствам (предусещам) опасност.

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