Spanish Word for aroma  

English Word: aroma

Spanish Word: olor, aroma
The Spanish Word for aroma
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Translated sentences containing 'aroma'
The roses were giving off a divine aroma.
Las rosas estaban desprendiendo un aroma divino.

What a wonderful aroma there was, Mr President!
¡Qué aroma tan maravilloso, señor Presidente!
There is an aroma of the 1950s and 1960s about the approach to the problem.
Hay un aroma de los años cincuenta y sesenta en el planteamiento del problema.
It has the pleasant aroma of the Norway of Dr Brundtland, who invented it 40 years ago.
Tiene el aroma agradable de la Noruega de la señora Brundtland, quien la inventó hace cuarenta años.
Indeed, in addition to being used to achieve the characteristic flavour and aroma of a certain product, these substances serve to increase the dependency of smokers.
En efecto, dichas sustancias, además de utilizarse para caracterizar el gusto y el aroma de un determinado producto, se emplean para aumentar la dependencia de los fumadores.
European producers specialise primarily in varieties that are fairly neutral in terms of aroma, but with a very low level of alkaloid.
Los productores europeos se han orientado prioritariamente hacia variedades bastante neutras en cuanto a aroma, pero con unos índices muy bajos de alcaloides.
It is the substances contained in hop cones that determine the mellow bitterness, the head, the ease of preservation and the typical aroma of a beer.
Las sustancias contenidas en el lúpulo son las que propician el sabor amargo, la formación de espuma, la conservación y el aroma típico.
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