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fragrance 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈfrāgrəns/,
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fragrances, plural;
  1. A pleasant, sweet smell
    • - the fragrance of fresh-ground coffee
    • - the bushes fill the air with fragrance
  2. A perfume or aftershave


  1. aroma: a distinctive odor that is pleasant
  2. bouquet: a pleasingly sweet olfactory property
  3. (fragrant) pleasant-smelling
  4. An aroma compound, also known as odorant, aroma, fragrance or flavor, is a chemical compound that has a smell or odor. ...
  5. (Fragrances) In the 1930s, Joan's favorite perfume was Jungle Gardenia. Later, as she said in MWOL, the three scents she "would never want to live without" were: Youth Dew by Estee Lauder; Royall Lyme, a man's cologne; and Spanish Geranium by Lanvin.
  6. (Fragrances) These are often synthetic and are found in many cosmetics and skin products.  Amazingly, they are not required to be listed on the ingredients label. They have not been assessed for safe use in cosmetics and have been known to cause dizziness and skin irritation. ...
  7. Fragrances and dyes frequently contain phthalates, chemicals linked to reproductive abnormalities and liver cancer in lab animals and to asthma in children. ...
  8. Fragrances are scents that are added to products. In many cases, fragrance is artificial. Artificial fragrances can often become allergens. If you have allergies, look for products that are fragrance free or which use hypoallergenic natural scents.
  9. A fragrant wine is very aromatic and flowery. Common wine fragrances are floral, spice, and fruit aromas such as pineapple, blackberry, peach, apricot, and apple. The variety of the grape is primarily responsible for a wine's fruit fragrances.
  10. (Fragrant) General term for a wine with a full, accessible aroma.
  11. (Fragrant) Substantial aroma—may be floral, spicy, etc.
  12. (Fragrant) term which indicates the aroma of spumanti wine, which bring to mind yeast and baked bread, or wines which have a dominating floral sensation.
  13. Aroma. Products labeled as fragrances are not pure essential oils. They are derived by synthetic means.
  14. Fragrance is often used interchangeably with perfume, but they’re not quite the same thing – fragrance is the scent of the perfume; perfume is the product itself.
  15. The sensation of the gases released from ground coffee as they are inhaled through the nose. Ranges from sweetly floral to sweetly spicy.
  16. More than 5000 chemicals are used in making fragrances, 95 per cent of which are mostly or entirely synthetic, usually derived from petroleum or coal tar. ...
  17. Artificial fragrances are 95% derived from petrochemicals. The word "fragrance" listed on a label can indicate that as many as 600 separate chemicals have been used in the formula. Some, such as methylene chloride, are carcinogenic, and some contain or release formaldehyde. ...
  18. is often indicated by 'f' for slightly fragrant, 'ff' for fragrant and 'fff' for extremely fragrant. ...
  19. As a specialized term in cupping, or sensory evaluation of coffee, fragrance describes the scent of dry coffee immediately after it has been ground, but before it is brewed. Can be described as ranging from floral to spicy.
  20. An ingredient that provides pleasant odour to clothes and rooms.
  21. or Parfum refers to any ingredient, natural or synthetic, that adds an attractive smell to the product. Since this is a collective term that may include any ingredients, a product with this ingredient should be avoided. They may contain irritants.
  22. Ah yes, the lovely and delicious smell of dry coffee grounds before water is added. A sweet scent indicates a certain level of acidity while a strong, pungent scent indicates the coffee will enjoy a sharp taste. The intensity of a coffee’s fragrance indicates how fresh it is. ...
  23. The particular aromatic blend of essential oils added to fragranced products, making it more appealing to consumers.
  24. Ingredients that are complex mixtures of natural materials and such materials can exhibit adverse dermatological effects such as contact allergy and irritation. PerriconeMD uses both natural (essential oils that resemble fragrance ingredients in that they have appealing characteristic odors. ...
  25. An aromatic blend of: essential oils of natural origin; or essential oils of natural origin and synthetic fragrance materials; or completely synthetic fragrance materials.