English-German translation for "perfume"

"perfume" German translation

perfume
[pə(r)ˈfjuːm]transitive verb | transitives Verb v/t

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perfume
[pə(r)ˈfjuːm]intransitive verb | intransitives Verb v/i

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perfume
[pə(r)ˈfjuːm]noun | Substantiv s

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  • Duftmasculine | Maskulinum m
    perfume nice smell
    Wohlgeruchmasculine | Maskulinum m
    perfume nice smell
    perfume nice smell
  • Parfümneuter | Neutrum n
    perfume cologne
    Riechwasserneuter | Neutrum n
    perfume cologne
    Räucherwerkneuter | Neutrum n
    perfume cologne
    Duftstoffmasculine | Maskulinum m
    perfume cologne
    perfume cologne
  • Wohlgeruchmasculine | Maskulinum m
    perfume fragrance
    (süßer) Duft
    perfume fragrance
    perfume fragrance
perfume rose from the flower
die Blumen strömten Duft aus
perfume rose from the flower
poignant perfume
aufdringliches Parfüm
poignant perfume
strong perfume
starkes Parfüm
strong perfume
Feuerwerk. Spielregeln. Der Geruch eines Parfums, nein.
Fireworks displays, the rules of games, the smell of perfume: no.
Source: TED
Tom roch Marias Parfum, kaum dass er in das Zimmer trat.
Tom smelled Mary's perfume as soon as he entered the room.
Source: Tatoeba
Hier eine sehr ähnliche Idee für eine Parfumverpackung im ausgestanzten Teil eines Buches.
Quite the similar idea, then, a perfume packaged in a book, in a die cut.
Source: TED
Der Tanz unserer Blicke, Herausforderung, Abdankung, Auslöschung, das Parfüm unserer Betroffenheit.
The dance of our glances, challenge, abdication, effacement, the perfume of our consternation.
Source: TED
Dem Duft nach zu urteilen, trägt Tom das gleiche Parfum wie Maria.
It smells like Tom is wearing the same perfume that Mary is.
Source: Tatoeba
Alice trägt ein süßes Parfum.
Alice is wearing a sweet-smelling perfume.
Source: Tatoeba
Hier sehen wir den Canangabaum, ein Inhaltsstoff vieler Parfums.
Here we see ylang ylang, the component of many perfumes.
Source: TED
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