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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 smell {smelled / smelt [Br.]; smelled / smelt [Br.]}; to stink {stank/stunk, stunk} (of sth.) [listen] [listen] stinken {vi} (nach etw.)

smelling; stinking stinkend

smelled; smelt [Br.]; stunk gestinkt

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

I/he/she/it smelled / smelt [Br.]; I/he/she/it stank ich/er/sie/es stank

he/she/it has/had smelled / smelt [Br.]; he/she/it has/had stunk er/sie/es hat/hatte gestunken

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

His clothes smelled / stank of fish. Seine Kleider stanken nach Fisch.

If I don't get a shower soon I'll start to smell / stink. Wenn ich nicht bald zum Duschen komme, fange ich an zu stinken.

It smells in here. Da stinkt's.

Something stinks in here. Da stinkt etwas.

Whew, what smells? Uh, was stinkt denn da so?

This whole situation stinks to high heaven. [fig.] Die ganze Sache stinkt zum Himmel. [übtr.]