Translation of fragrance in Spanish:

fragrance

Pronunciation: /ˈfreɪgrəns/

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 countable/numerable (scent, smell) fragancia (feminine), aroma (masculine) 1.2 countable/numerable (perfume) perfume (masculine), fragancia (feminine)
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    • For many, the use of fragrances like perfume, cologne, after-shave or scented lotion is a personal choice affecting only the user.
    • The young man wore fine garments, was perfumed with fragrances and surrounded by musicians and attendants who ministered to his every need.
    • His father had been fascinated by the chemical bases of scents, particularly the floral fragrances used in making perfumes, and he often worked in a home laboratory.
    1.3 uncountable/no numerable (freshness) [literary/literario] frescura (feminine)
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    • He answers that he was compared to a sweet smelling fragrance that stays in the corner of a room and does not spread.
    • It has a pleasant, sweet fragrance and is lightly laced, ruffled and fluted pale pink.
    • He put his nose closer and smelt it, nodding at the pleasant fragrance.

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