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cologne

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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cologneco‧logne /kəˈləʊn $ -ˈloʊn/ (also eau de cologne) noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 DCBa liquid that smells slightly of flowers or plants, that you put on your neck or wristsperfume
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cologneYou acquire gravitas and project it like a cologne whenever you discuss the singular and laudable Salomon Brothers culture.Finally, I donned a pair of pants, tunic top, sandals, and cologne.Nothing but cologne, something discreet and lemony.His cologne reads subdued but intense sensuality.Even if she'd dabbed Mummy's eyes and wiped her brow with a hanky soaked in cologne.He was so near her that she could smell his cool lemony cologne.What you smell good is my cologne.He had shaved too, and the crisp scent of cologne mingled with the fresh fragrance of the soap he had used.
CologneCologne 🔊 🔊 a city in northern Germany on the River Rhine. It is a port and an industrial centre. It was bombed during World War II and there was a lot of damage. Its German name is Köln.
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