perfume

listen to the pronunciation of perfume
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} parfüm

Mary'nin parfümünün kokusunu aldım, böylece odada bulunmuş olduğunu anladım. - I smelled Mary's perfume, so I knew she'd been in the room.

Alice hoş kokulu bir parfüm kullanıyor. - Alice is wearing a sweet-smelling perfume.

parfümlemek
güzel koku

O parfüm güzel kokuyor. - That perfume smells good.

{f} parfümle

Fransız parfümleri üzerindeki vergiler, ABD'de arttırılmıştır. - Taxes on French perfumes have been increased in the United States.

{f} parfüm sürmek
{i} parfüm, esans; güzel koku
{f} güzel koku vermek
güzel koku/parfüm
koku sür/kok
perfume bottle
parfüm şişesi
perfume oneself
koku sürmek
perfume oneself
parfüm sürmek
kind of strong perfume
hacıyağı
perfumed
{f} parfümle
perfumed
{s} parfümlü
perfumed
kokulu
perfumes
parfüm

Onun birçok parfümü var. - She has a lot of perfumes.

Hayatımda bir kez parfüm yapmak istiyorum. - For once in my life I want to make perfumes.

flowery perfume
çiçeksi parfüm
perfumed
parfümlenmiş
perfumes
ıtriyat
İngilizce - İngilizce
A substance created to provide a pleasant smell or one which emits an agreeable odor
To apply perfume to; to fill or impregnate with a perfume; to scent
A pleasant smell; the scent, odor, or odoriferous particles emitted from a sweet-smelling substance; a pleasant odor; fragrance; aroma
{n} a sweet odor or smell
{v} to scent
The scent, odor, or odoriferous particles emitted from a sweet-smelling substance; a pleasant odor; fragrance; aroma
most highly concentrated form of fragrance
Perfume is the ingredient that is added to some products to make them smell nice. a delicate white soap without perfume
If something is used to perfume a product, it is added to the product to make it smell nice. The oil is used to flavour and perfume soaps, foam baths, and scents. shower gel perfumed with the popular Paris fragrance. Fluid preparation used for scenting, composed of natural essences or synthetics and a fixative. Perfumes are concocted by the artful blending of certain fragrant substances in appropriate proportions. The art of perfumery was apparently known to the ancient Chinese, Hindus, Egyptians, Israelites, Carthaginians, Arabs, Greeks, and Romans; references to perfumes are found in the Bible. Raw materials used in perfumery include natural products, of plant or animal origin, and synthetic materials. Fine perfumes may be blends of more than 100 ingredients
To fill or impregnate with a perfume; to scent
fill or impregnate with an odor; "orange blossoms prerfumed the air in the garden
fill or impregnate with an odor; "orange blossoms prerfumed the air in the garden"
a toiletry that emits and diffuses a fragrant odor
apply perfume to; "She perfumes herself every day"
{i} cologne, eau de toilette; scent
a toiletry that emits and diffuses a fragrant odor apply perfume to; "She perfumes herself every day" fill or impregnate with an odor; "orange blossoms prerfumed the air in the garden
A substance that emits an agreeable odor
(2 syl ) means simply “from smoke” (Latin, per fumum), the first perfumes having been obtained by the combustion of aromatic woods and gums Their original use was in sacrifices, to counteract the offensive odours of the burning flesh
a toiletry that emits and diffuses a fragrant odor apply perfume to; "She perfumes herself every day"
{f} give a scent, scent with perfume
The purest, most luxurious form of fragrance This long lasting version is a brilliant blend which may contain several hundred ingredients
a distinctive odor that is pleasant
Perfume is a pleasant-smelling liquid which women put on their skin to make themselves smell nice. The hall smelled of her mother's perfume. a bottle of perfume. = scent
attar
scent
perfume bottle
Vessel made to hold scent. The earliest example is Egyptian and dates to 1000 BC. The fashion for perfume later spread to Greece, where terra-cotta and glass containers were made in a variety of shapes such as animals and human heads. Romans made perfume bottles out of molded and blown glass. The spread of Christianity marked a decline in perfume production, as well as of glassmaking. The revival of perfume making in France in the 12th century and the popularity of Venetian glass in the 13th century revived the production of perfume bottles
perfumed
Simple past tense and past participle of perfume
to perfume
{v} cense
to perfume
{v} scent
to perfume
{v} pulvil
cheap perfume
inexpensive and low-quality perfume
perfumed
Past tense and past participle of to perfume
perfumed
filled or impregnated with perfume; "perfumed boudoir"; "perfumed stationery"; "scented soap
perfumed
Something such as fruit or wine that is perfumed has a sweet pleasant smell. Champenois wines can be particularly fragrant and perfumed
perfumed
Perfumed things have a sweet pleasant smell, either naturally or because perfume has been added to them. She opened the perfumed envelope. = scented
perfumed
Scented, having been given a pleasant smell
perfumed
{s} scented, scented with perfume
perfumes
plural of perfume
perfumes
third-person singular of perfume
perfuming
present participle of perfume
the perfume
civet
perfume