Definition of malodour in English:

malodour

Line breaks: mal|odour
Pronunciation: /malˈəʊdə
 
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noun

  • A very unpleasant smell: in most cases, the malodour is obvious to the sufferer
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    • We can detect malodours if we smell dental floss or woodsticks that have been used to clean between our teeth.
    • If the malodour is due to systemic diseases like pharyngitis or bronchitis the concerned specialist should treat it.
    • If someone smells bad, you'll have to decide whether he can control his malodour.

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