Spanish translation of 'reek'
tufo m ⧫ hedor m (of a)
1. (= smell)
to reek of sth apestar a algo
he comes home simply reeking (of drink) vuelve a casa que apesta a alcohol
this reeks of treachery (figurative) esto huele a traición
she reeks with affectation (figurative) su afectación es inaguantable
2. (= smoke) humear ⧫ vahear
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The whole episode simply reeks of hypocrisy.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
You might be inured to the smell, so ask a blunt friend whether your house reeks of dog.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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British English: reek VERB
To reek of something, usually something unpleasant, means to smell very strongly of it.
The hotel lobby reeked of disinfectant.
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