English to Afrikaans Meaning :: redolent

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geurige, geurig, soel, balsamiese, soet, pittige, sout
aromatiese, soel, geurig

Redolent    :geurig


Redolent - geurig



1. evocative :: suggestief

2. smelling ::

3. resonant :: resonante

4. aromatic :: aromatiese


1. fetid :: stink

2. foul :: vuil

3. malodorous :: onwelriekende

4. noisome :: verderflike

5. putrid :: voos

6. rancid :: galsterige

7. rank :: rang

8. stinking :: stinkende

9. strong :: sterk

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