stenches (plural noun)
  1. a strong and very unpleasant smell.
    "the stench of rotting fish"
    stink · bad smell · foul smell · reek · miasma · effluvium · niff · pong · whiff · hum · guff · funk · mephitis · malodour · fetor · noisomeness
Old English stenc ‘smell’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch stank, German Gestank, also to the verb stink.
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How to use stench in a sentence?
the breeze shifted and we caught the stench of putrefaction.
he was revolted by the stench that greeted him.
the sickly stench made him want to vomit.
the stench of putrefying corpses.
a sickening stench of blood.
the stench of rotting fish.
the stench was nauseating.
a sick-making stench.
How to say stench in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans stank
Arabic (NOUN)الرائحه الكريهه, رائحة, الكريهة
Bangla দুর্গন্ধ
Bosnian (Latin) smrad
Bulgarian (NOUN)вонята, смрад
Cantonese (Traditional) 惡臭
Catalan (NOUN)pudor, olor
Chinese Simplified 恶臭
Chinese Traditional 惡臭
Croatian (NOUN)smrad
Czech (NOUN)zápach
Danish (NOUN)stank
Dutch (NOUN)stank
Estonian hais
Filipino amoy
Finnish (NOUN)löyhkä, hajua
French (NOUN)puanteur, odeur
German (NOUN)Gestank
Greek (NOUN)δυσωδία, μπόχα, δυσοσμία
Haitian Creole santò
Hebrew (NOUN)הסירחון
Hindi (NOUN)बदबू
Hmong Daw tsw phem
Hungarian (NOUN)bűz, szaga
Icelandic stendr
Indonesian (NOUN)bau
Italian (NOUN)fetore, tanfo, puzza, puzzo, odore, olezzo
Japanese (NOUN)悪臭, 臭気
Kiswahili harufu
Korean (NOUN)악취
Latvian (NOUN)smaka, smirdoņa
Lithuanian (NOUN)Smród, smarvė
Malagasy fofon
Malay (Latin) bau busuk kerana terlalu
Norwegian Bokmål stank
Persian بوی بد
Polish (NOUN)smród
Portuguese (NOUN)fedor, mau cheiro, cheiro, pivete, exalações, odor, brejo
Querétaro Otomi hedor
Romanian (NOUN)duhoarea
Russian (NOUN)зловоние, вонь, смрад
Samoan namu leaga
Serbian (Cyrillic) смрад
Serbian (Latin) smrad
Slovak (NOUN)zápach
Slovenian (NOUN)smrad
Spanish (NOUN)hedor, fetidez, hediondez, olor, tufo, peste, mal olor
Swedish (NOUN)stanken, lukten
Tamil துர்நாற்றம்
Telugu స్ంచీ
Thai กลิ่นเหม็น
Tongan ngaahi ngaue kovi
Turkish (NOUN)koku, kokusu
Ukrainian (NOUN)сморід, смороду
Urdu سڑاند
Vietnamese mùi hôi thối
Welsh drewdod
Yucatec Maya hedor
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