Stink

  • 1 Stink — may refer to:*Unpleasant odor *Stink bomb, a device to create an unpleasant smell *Flatulence, sometimes called a stink *Stink pipe, a toilet component *Stink bug, a type of insect *Big Stink (B 29) *Stink (album), an album by The Replacements… …

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  • 2 Stink — Stink, n. [AS. stinc.] A strong, offensive smell; a disgusting odor; a stench. [1913 Webster] {Fire stink}. See under {Fire}. {Stink fire lance}. See under {Lance}. {Stink rat} (Zo[ o]l.), the musk turtle. [Local, U.S.] {Stink shad} (Zo[ o]l.),… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 stink — stink·ard; stink·a·roo; stink; stink·er; stink·er·oo; stink·ing·ly; stink·ing·ness; …

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  • 4 Stink — EP The Replacements Дата выпуска 24 июня 1982 Записан 29 января 13 марта 1982 …

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  • 5 Stink — Stink, v. t. To cause to stink; to affect by a stink. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 stink — [n] bad smell fetor, foulness, foul odor, malodor, noisomeness, offensive smell, stench; concepts 599,600 Ant. perfume, sweetness stink [v1] smell badly be offensive, be rotten, funk*, have an odor, offend, reek*, smell up, stink to high heaven*; …

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  • 7 stink — [stiŋk] vi. stank or stunk, stunk, stinking [ME stinken < OE stincan, akin to Ger stinken] 1. to give off a strong, unpleasant smell 2. to be very offensive; be hateful or abhorrent 3. Slang to be of low standard or quality; be no good 4 …

    English World dictionary

  • 8 Stink — Stink, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Stunk}, {Stank}, p. pr. & vb. n. {Stinking}.] [AS. stinkan to have a smell (whether good or bad); akin to OHG. stinchan, G. & D. stinken to stink; of uncertain origin; cf. Icel. st[ o]kkva to leap, to spring, Goth.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 9 stink — ► VERB (past stank or stunk; past part. stunk) 1) have a strong unpleasant smell. 2) informal be contemptible or scandalous. ► NOUN 1) a strong, unpleasant smell. 2) informal a row or fuss …

    English terms dictionary

  • 10 stink|y — «STIHNG kee», adjective, stink|i|er, stink|i|est. that stinks; stinking: »A dirty, stinky, uncared for closet size section of a great city (Claude Brown) …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 11 stink... — stink..., Stink... 〈in Zus.; umg.; verstärkend〉 sehr, äußerst, z. B. stinkfaul, stinkreich, Stinklaune …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 12 stink — O.E. stincan emit a smell of any kind (class III strong verb; past tense stonc), from W.Gmc. *stenkwanan (Cf. O.S. stincan, O.H.G. stinkan, Du. stinken), from the root of STENCH (Cf. stench). O.E. swote stincan to smell sweet, but offensive sense …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 13 stink- — [ʃtɪŋk] <adjektivisches Präfixoid> /bes. als Kennzeichnung von Personen/ (emotional verstärkend, oft abwertend): sehr, ganz besonders, in fast extremer Weise: stinkbesoffen; stinkfaul; stinkfein; stinklangweilig; stinknormal; stinkreich;… …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 14 stink — The past tense of the verb is stank and the past participle is stunk. Stunk is occasionally used for the past tense, especially in North America and in figurative meanings • (A lot of it stunk of racism weblog, CanE 2004) …

    Modern English usage

  • 15 stink|er — «STIHNG kuhr», noun. 1. a thing that stinks, especially: a) any one of several large ill smelling petrels. b) = stinkpot. (Cf. ↑stinkpot) 2. a person who stinks. 3. Informal, Figurative. a low, mean, contemptible person. 4. Slang, Figurative.… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 16 stink|o — «STIHNG koh», adjective. Slang. 1. drunk. 2. unpleasant; offensive …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 17 stink — stink1 S3 [stıŋk] v past tense stank [stæŋk] past participle stunk [stʌŋk] [: Old English; Origin: stincan] 1.) to have a strong and very unpleasant smell ▪ It stinks in here! stink of ▪ His breath stank of alcohol. ▪ …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 stink — 1 past tense stank, past participle stunk verb (I) 1 to have a strong and very unpleasant smell: That paint stinks! (+ of): The place stank of old fish. | it stinks: It stinks of smoke in here. | stink to high heaven (=stink very much) 2 it… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19 stink — stink1 [ stıŋk ] (past tense stank [ stæŋk ] or stunk [ stʌŋk ] ; past participle stunk) verb intransitive INFORMAL 1. ) to smell very unpleasant: This cheese stinks! stink of: The kitchen stank of smoke. it stinks: It really stinks in here. 2. ) …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 20 stink — [[t]stɪ̱ŋk[/t]] stinks, stinking, stank, stunk 1) VERB To stink means to smell extremely unpleasant. We all stank and nobody minded... [V of n] The place stinks of fried onions... [V like …

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