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Polish-English translation for: pungent
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ADJ   pungent | more pungent | most pungent
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SYNO   acrid | pungent | barbed | biting ... 
gryzący {adj}pungent
drażniący {adj}pungent [acrid]
ostry {adj} [np. zapach, smak, satyra, krytyka]pungent [e.g. smell, taste, satire, criticism]
gryzący zapach {m}pungent smell
 
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