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#:''H hadde een fremd '''smakk''' in his munth.''
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#:''Hi hadde een fremd '''smakk''' in his munth.''
 
#:: ''He had a strange '''taste''' in his mouth.''
 
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Skundavisk

Etymology

From Middle Skundavisk smakk, from Old Skundavisk smakku, from Halmisk ᛊᛗᚨᚲᚲᚢ (smakku), ᛊᛗᚨᚲᚲᚢᛉ (smakkuŕ), from Proto-Germanic *smakkuz.

Pronunciation

Noun

smakk m. (class 3a, genitive smakks or smækk, plural smække)

  1. taste, smatch
    Hi hadde een fremd smakk in his munth.
    He had a strange taste in his mouth.

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