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English

Pronunciation

Verb

stank

  1. Simple past of stink.

Breton

Etymology

From Old French estanc.

Noun

stank m.

  1. pond

Dutch

Noun

stank m. (plural stanken, diminutive stankje)

  1. stench

Old High German

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *stankwaz, whence also Old English stenċ.

Noun

stank m.

  1. smell

Swedish

Pronunciation

Noun

Inflection for stank Singular Plural
common Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative stank stanken stanker stankerna
Genitive stanks stankens stankers stankernas

stank c.

  1. stink, stench (a bad smell)
    1938:Ludvig Nordström Lort-Sverige - Denna stank hade nämligen samma underliga egenskap som liklukt att så att säga smyga sig fram och liksom långsamt, gradvis underminera luften.
    "This stench had the same strange quality as the smell of corpses, that is so to say sneaked up on you and kind of slowly, gradually undermine the air."

Verb

stank

  1. Past tense of stinka.

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