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  1. stink

    • IPA[stɪŋk]

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    • v.
      have a strong unpleasant smell;be very unpleasant, contemptible, or scandalous
    • n.
      a strong unpleasant smell; a stench;a row or fuss
    • adj.
      having a strong unpleasant smell;contemptible; corrupt
    • verb: stink, 3rd person present: stinks, gerund or present participle: stinking, past tense: stank, past participle: stunk

    • noun: stink, plural noun: stinks

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    • 1. having a strong unpleasant smell ‘What you doing with that stink dog?’
    • 2. contemptible; corrupt the whole episode is so stink that the principal asked for an immediate transfer of the teacher
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    • past and past participle of stink

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    • past and past participle of stink

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    • ph.
      be highly suggestive of something regarded with disapproval

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    • ph.
      fill a place with a strong unpleasant smell

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    • n.
      used in reference to a look that expresses anger, disapproval, or disgust: one girl kept giving me the stink eye, which made me really uncomfortable I remember going into coffee shops like this and kind of getting the stink eye from other customers

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    • n.
      a Southeast Asian badger with a long mobile snout, short stout limbs, and anal glands that ...

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    • v.
      have a strong unpleasant smell: the place stank like a sewer his breath stank of drink
    • n.
      a strong unpleasant smell; a stench: the stink of the place hit me as I went in

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