Translation of rancid in Spanish:

rancid

Pronunciation: /ˈrænsəd; ˈrænsɪd/

adjective/adjetivo

  • rancio to go rancid ponerse* rancio
    More example sentences
    • If you don't know what it's supposed to smell like, it might smell a little like rancid butter.
    • Butyric acid is responsible not only for the smell of rancid butter, but also contributes to the odor of sweat.
    • When I returned I was laying in bed and couldn't sleep because of this rancid smell consuming the house.

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