“Puto” is the spanish word for “stink.” It is a vulgar term, so be careful how and when you use it.
How To Say Stink In Spanish
In Spanish, “estar mal” is the equivalent of “to stink.”
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- Putting your hands on your nose and saying “ew! this smells rotten
- Ponerse las manos en la nariz y decir “¡urgh! ¡esto huele a podrido!”
There are a few different ways to say “stink” in Spanish, depending on the context. “Huele mal” is the most common way to say “it smells bad,” and “huele a podrido” is another way to say the same thing. If you’re talking about something that smells bad but doesn’t have an obvious source, you can say “huele a muerto” or “huele a basura.”
Frequently Asked Questions
¿Cómo Se Dice Chuquilla En Inglés?
The word “chuquilla” is not a word in English.
¿Qué Mal Mean In Spanish?
The phrase “¿Qué mal?” in Spanish means “What’s wrong?”
¿Cómo Estás Bien Mean?
I’m doing well.
There are a few different ways to say “stink” in Spanish. “Huelo a podrido” is the most literal translation, and means “I smell rotten.” Another way to say it is “huele feo,” which means “it smells bad.”