[oh-duh-rif-er-uh s] /ˌoʊ dəˈrɪf ər əs/
yielding or diffusing an .
having or emitting an odour, esp a fragrant one
early 15c., “that has a scent,” with -ous + Latin odorifer “spreading odor, fragrant,” literally “bearing odor,” from odor (see odor) + ferre “to bear, carry” (see infer). Usually in a positive sense.
/ˌəʊdəˈrɪmɪtrɪ/ noun 1. (chem) the measurement of the strength and permanence of odours Also called olfactometry
/əʊˈdɒrɪˌfɔː/ noun 1. (chem) the group of atoms in an odorous molecule responsible for its odour
[oh-duh-rahyz] /ˈoʊ dəˌraɪz/ verb (used with object), odorized, odorizing. 1. to make ; add scent to: to odorize natural gas to make leaks detectable.
[oh-der] /ˈoʊ dər/ noun 1. the property of a substance that activates the sense of smell: to have an unpleasant odor. 2. a sensation perceived by the sense of smell; scent. 3. an agreeable scent; fragrance. 4. a disagreeable smell. 5. a quality or property characteristic or suggestive of something: An odor of suspicion surrounded […]