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stinking; foul-smelling; foul [listen] stinkend; übelriechend {adj}

stinking drunk stinkbesoffen {adj} [ugs.]

stinking schist; fetid shale Stinkschiefer {m} [min.]

stinking stinkend; widerlich {adj}

filthy rich; stinking rich; filthy stinking rich loaded; lousy rich; filthy with money; stinking with money [coll.] stinkreich {adj}; vor Geld stinken [ugs.]

Did you ever hear a fishwoman cry stinking fish? [prov.] Jeder Krämer lobt seine Ware. [Sprw.]

hoptrees (botanical genus) Ledersträucher {pl}; Klee-Ulmen {pl} (Ptelea) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

common hoptree; wafer ash; stinking ash Dreiblättriger Lederstrauch {m}; Hopfenstrauch {m} (Ptelea trifoliata)

nutmeg yews (botanical genus) Nusseiben {pl} (Torreya) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

Chinese nutmeg yew; Chinese nutmeg tree; Chinese torreya Chinesische Nusseibe {f}; Chinesische Muskateibe {f} (Torreya grandis)

California nutmeg yew; California nutmeg; California torreya; stinking cedar Kalifornische Nusseibe {f}; Stinkeibe {f} (Torreya californica)

giant fennels (botanical genus) Steckenkräuter {pl}; Rutenkräuter {pl}; Riesenfenchel {pl} (Ferula) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

common giant fennel Gemeines Steckenkraut; Gemeines Rutenkraut; Gemeiner Riesenfenchel (Ferula communis)

asant; asafetida; stinking gum; devil's dung; hing and ting; food of the gods Asant; Stinkasant; Teufelsdreck (Ferula assa-foetida)

sumachs; sumacs (botanical genus) Sumache {pl}; Schmacke {pl} (Rhus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

fragrant sumac; aromatic sumac Duftender Essigbaum {m}; Duftessigbaum {m}; Duftender Sumach {m}; Duftsumach {m}; Wohlriechender Sumach {m} (Rhus aromatica)

vinegar tree; staghorn sumac Essigbaum {m}; Hirschkolbensumach {m}; Kolbensumach {m} (Rhus typhina)

Atlantic poison oak; eastern poison oak Eichenblättriger Giftsumach {m}; Behaarter Giftsumach {m}; Giftsumach {m}; Gifteiche {f} (Rhus toxicodendron / Toxicodendron pubescens)

nutgall tree; Chinese gall; Chinese sumac Gallensumach {m}; Chinesischer Essigbaum {m} (Rhus chinensis)

tanner's sumach; elm-leaved sumach; Sicilian sumac Gerbersumach {m}; Gerberbaum {m}; Gerberstrauch {m}; Gewürzsumach {m}; Sizilianischer Sumach {m}; Färberbaum {m} (Rhus coriaria)

smooth sumac; scarlet sumac; red sumac Kahler Essigbaum {m}; Kahler Scharlachsumach {m}; Scharlachsumach {m}; Glatter Sumach {m} (Rhus glabra)

eastern poison ivy; poison ivy Kletternder Giftsumach {m}; Giftiger Efeu {m}; Giftefeu {m} (Rhus radicans)

Chinese lacquer tree Lackbaum {m}; Lacksumach {m} (Rhus verniciflua)

Chinese lacquer tree; Japanese varnish tree Orientalischer Lackbaum {m}; Lackbaum {m}; Lacksumach {m}; Firnissumach {m} (Rhus verniciflua)

Japanese wax tree; wax tree Talgsumach {m} (Rhus succedanea)

skunkbush sumac; skunkbush; stinking sumac; ill-scented sumac; three-leaf sumac Stinksumach {m} (Rhus trilobata)

Pacific poison oak Kalifornische Gifteiche {f}; Westliche Gifteiche {f}; Gifteiche {f} (Rhus diversiloba)

junipers (botanical genus) Wacholder {pl} (Juniperus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

common juniper gewöhnlicher Wacholder {m}; Heidewacholder {m}; Machandel {m} [Norddt.]; Machandelbaum {m} [Norddt.]; Kranewit {m} [Bayr.] [Ös.]; Kranewet [Ös.] (Juniperus communis)

creeping juniper Kriechwacholder {m} (Juniperus horizontalis)

stinking juniper stinkender Baumwacholder {m} (Juniperus foetidissima)

African juniper; African pencil cedar Bergwacholder {m}; ostafrikanischer Wacholder {m}; Bleistiftzeder {f} (Juniperus procera)

Bermuda juniper; Bermuda cedar Bermudawacholder {m}; Floridawacholder {m}; Floridazeder {f} (Juniperus bermudiana)

Chinese juniper chinesischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus chinensis)

Greek juniper; Grecian juniper; Crimean juniper griechischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus excelsa)

Phoenician juniper Zypressenwacholder {m}; phönizischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus phoenicea)

Syrian juniper syrischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus drupacea)

Western juniper westlicher Wacholder {m} (Juniperus occidentalis)

cade juniper; cade; prickly juniper; red-berry juniper Zedernwacholder {m}; Stechwacholder {m}; rotbeeriger Wacholder {m} (Juniperus oxycedrus)

needle juniper; temple juniper; shore juniper; compact juniper Igelwacholder {m}; Nadelwacholder {m}; Strandwacholder {m} (Juniperus rigida)

savin Stinkwacholder {m}; Sadebaum {m}; Sebenbaum {m} (Juniperus sabina)

Spanish juniper; incense juniper spanischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus thurifera)

Tibetan juniper Tibet-Wacholder {m} (Juniperus tibetica)

Eastern juniper; Eastern red cedar; red juniper/cedar; pencil cedar virginischer Wacholder/Sadebaum {m}; virginische Zeder {f}; Rotzeder {f}; Bleistiftzeder {f} (Juniperus virginiana)

to stink {stank, stunk; stunk} (of) [listen] stinken {vi} (nach)

stinking stinkend

stunk gestunken

he/she/it stinks er/sie/es stinkt

I/he/she/it stank ich/er/sie/es stank

he/she/it has/had stunk er/sie/es hat/hatte gestunken

I/he/she/it would stink ich/er/sie/es stänke

It stinks to high heaven. [fig.] Es stinkt zum Himmel. [übtr.]