English to Finnish Meaning :: pungent

Pungent :
pistävä
pistävä, kirpeä, terävä, pisteliäs, kärkevä - pistäväpistäväpungently
 
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Adjective(1) strong and sharp(2) capable of wounding

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(1) His criticism could be pungent , he rarely praised, but instilled respect for the language he loved.(2) Fortunately his blog is still there to read and enjoy his sardonic, pungent wit - although it does seem to be growing mold.(3) Raw ginger has a refreshing smell and a pungent taste that most people like.(4) Enjoying stardom while shrewdly aware of its unreality, she was accessible, loyal, generous, with a pungent sense of humour.(5) Mencken was a controversial satirical journalist and pungent critic of American life.(6) The air possessed a pungent , acrid smell because the cigarette had burned through a filter stub in the overflowing ashtray.(7) The pungent smell of burnt wood and a powerful odor of sweat saturated the very walls of the shop.(8) Alison could see the yellowish stained teeth and the pungent smell of cigars and liquor was in his breath from a bar most likely.(9) Stepping out of the wooden portals, your nostrils are assailed by the pungent smell of leaf-wrapped dosai.(10) It's still warm and the pungent , cloying, smell of incinerated tree still fills the air, 36 hours on.(11) Bambooque's criticism is sharp and pungent , but without being limited to the leader.(12) Wandering among the ruins, there was the distinctive, pungent smell of death, as many bodies have yet to be discovered.(13) The next thing was a pungent smell of burning plastic.(14) Most of the world's humans are accustomed to the pungent smell of body odor.(15) If we just could get rid of the quite pungent smell of a sheep stable even after a good scrub it would be perfect.(16) However, in our laboratory a strong pungent smell had been noticed in the morning, after overnight sterilization.
Related Words
(1) pungent smell ::
pistävä haju
Synonyms
Adjective
1. strong ::
vahva
2. caustic ::
syövyttävä
3. acrid ::
pisteliäs
4. barbed ::
piikkilanka
Antonyms
1. bland ::
mitäänsanomaton
2. mild ::
lievä
3. smooth ::
sileä
Different Forms
pungent, pungently
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