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  • 1 aroma

    m.
    aroma.
    aroma artificial artificial flavoring
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: aromar.
    imperat.
    2nd person singular (tú) Imperative of Spanish verb: aromar.
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    1 aroma (del vino) bouquet
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    noun m.
    aroma, scent
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    SM (=perfume) aroma, scent; [de vino] bouquet
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    masculino ( de flores) scent, perfume; (del café, de hierbas) aroma; ( del vino) bouquet
    * * *
    = fragrance, aroma, bouquet, scent.
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex. During the second day, students 'smell' their peers' paintings to determine what aroma is being depicted.
    Ex. The biochemical and chemo-physical processes which affect the character, flavour and bouquet of wine are described.
    Ex. Artificially flavored jellies, soft drinks and candies have different flavors due to the use of different scents or fragrances.
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    * terapia por medio de aromas = aroma therapy.
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    masculino ( de flores) scent, perfume; (del café, de hierbas) aroma; ( del vino) bouquet
    * * *
    = fragrance, aroma, bouquet, scent.

    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.

    Ex: During the second day, students 'smell' their peers' paintings to determine what aroma is being depicted.
    Ex: The biochemical and chemo-physical processes which affect the character, flavour and bouquet of wine are described.
    Ex: Artificially flavored jellies, soft drinks and candies have different flavors due to the use of different scents or fragrances.
    * terapia por medio de aromas = aroma therapy.

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    (de las flores) scent, perfume; (del café, de las hierbas) aroma; (del vino) bouquet, nose
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    aroma sustantivo masculino ( de flores) scent, perfume;
    (del café, de hierbas) aroma;
    ( del vino) bouquet
    aroma sustantivo masculino aroma
    (de vino) bouquet
    ' aroma' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    despedir
    - embriagador
    - embriagadora
    English:
    aroma
    - bouquet
    - scent
    - smell
    - odor
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    aroma nm
    [de alimentos] aroma; [de rosas] scent; [de vino] bouquet;
    aroma artificial artificial flavouring
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    m aroma; de flor scent
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    aroma nm
    : aroma, scent
    * * *
    aroma n aroma

    Spanish-English dictionary > aroma

  • 2 con sabor artificial

    Ex. Artificially flavored jellies, soft drinks and candies have different flavors due to the use of different scents or fragrances.
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    Ex: Artificially flavored jellies, soft drinks and candies have different flavors due to the use of different scents or fragrances.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con sabor artificial

  • 3 fragancia

    f.
    fragrance.
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    1 fragrance
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    noun f.
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    SF fragrance, perfume
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    femenino fragrance, perfume
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    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    * * *
    femenino fragrance, perfume
    * * *

    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.

    * * *
    fragrance, perfume
    * * *

    fragancia sustantivo femenino
    fragrance, perfume
    fragancia sustantivo femenino fragrance
    ' fragancia' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    sutil
    English:
    fragrance
    - odor
    - odour
    - scent
    - smell
    - sweetness
    * * *
    fragrance
    * * *
    f fragrance
    * * *
    : fragrance, scent
    * * *
    fragancia n fragrance

    Spanish-English dictionary > fragancia

  • 4 fragante

    adj.
    fragrant.
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    1 fragrant, scented
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    ADJ
    1) (=perfumado) fragrant, scented
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    adjetivo (liter) fragrant
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    = scented, odoriferous, perfumed, smelling, sweet-smelling.
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex. Skunks use a highly odoriferous secretion to deter predation.
    Ex. Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex. Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    Ex. Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
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    adjetivo (liter) fragrant
    * * *
    = scented, odoriferous, perfumed, smelling, sweet-smelling.

    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.

    Ex: Skunks use a highly odoriferous secretion to deter predation.
    Ex: Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex: Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    Ex: Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.

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    ( liter); fragrant, sweet-smelling
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    fragrant
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    : fragrant
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    fragante adj fragant

    Spanish-English dictionary > fragante

  • 5 gelatina

    f.
    1 gelatine.
    2 gel, gelatin.
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    1 (sustancia) gelatine
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    SF (=ingrediente) gelatin(e); (=postre) jelly, Jell-O ® (EEUU)
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    a) ( sustancia) gelatin*
    b) ( postre) Jell-O® (AmE), jelly (BrE)

    temblar como una gelatina — (fam) to tremble like a leaf

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    = gelatine, jelly.
    Ex. The sheets of paper were dipped by handfuls into hot size, a solution of animal gelatine made from vellum or leather shavings boiled in water, to make them relatively impermeable.
    Ex. Artificially flavored jellies, soft drinks and candies have different flavors due to the use of different scents or fragrances.
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    a) ( sustancia) gelatin*
    b) ( postre) Jell-O® (AmE), jelly (BrE)

    temblar como una gelatina — (fam) to tremble like a leaf

    * * *
    = gelatine, jelly.

    Ex: The sheets of paper were dipped by handfuls into hot size, a solution of animal gelatine made from vellum or leather shavings boiled in water, to make them relatively impermeable.

    Ex: Artificially flavored jellies, soft drinks and candies have different flavors due to the use of different scents or fragrances.

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    1 (sustancia) gelatin*
    3 (plato preparado) Jell-O® ( AmE), jelly ( BrE)
    temblar como una gelatina to tremble like a leaf o ( BrE) a jelly
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    gelatina sustantivo femenino
    a) ( sustancia) gelatin( conjugate gelatin)

    b) ( postre) Jell-O® (AmE), jelly (BrE)

    gelatina sustantivo femenino
    1 (sustancia) gelatin
    2 Culin GB jelly, US Jell-O(r)
    ' gelatina' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    molde
    English:
    brawn
    - gelatin
    - gelatine
    - jello
    - jelly
    - trifle
    - fruit
    - Jell-O
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    1. [de carne] gelatine
    2. [en jamón] jelly
    3. [de fruta] Br jelly, US Jell-O®
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    f
    1 gelatin(e)
    2 GASTR Jell-O®, Br
    jelly
    * * *
    : gelatin
    * * *
    1. (postre) jelly [pl. jellies]
    2. (ingrediente) gelatine

    Spanish-English dictionary > gelatina

  • 6 multisensorial

    = multi-sensory [multisensory], synesthetic, cross-sensory.
    Ex. Reading may be introduced with music in order to achieve a multisensory experience, heighten interest, and add variety and pleasure.
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
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    = multi-sensory [multisensory], synesthetic, cross-sensory.

    Ex: Reading may be introduced with music in order to achieve a multisensory experience, heighten interest, and add variety and pleasure.

    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.

    Spanish-English dictionary > multisensorial

  • 7 oloroso

    adj.
    perfumed, aromatic, fragrant, odorous.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: olorosar.
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    1 fragrant, sweet-smelling
    1 (vino) full-bodied sherry
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    1.
    ADJ sweet-smelling, fragrant, scented
    2.
    SM (=jerez) oloroso, oloroso sherry
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    - sa adjetivo <jabón/flor> scented, fragrant; <queso/pies> smelly
    * * *
    = fragrant, odourous [odorous, -USA], odoriferous, scented, perfumed, smelling, sweet-smelling.
    Ex. Planting fragrant shrubs would benefit all users and in particular blind or visually impaired persons.
    Ex. The experiments studied the feasibility of keeping children away from harmful household goods through the use of odorous chemical substances which elicit inherent aversive reactions.
    Ex. Skunks use a highly odoriferous secretion to deter predation.
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex. Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex. Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    Ex. Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <jabón/flor> scented, fragrant; <queso/pies> smelly
    * * *
    = fragrant, odourous [odorous, -USA], odoriferous, scented, perfumed, smelling, sweet-smelling.

    Ex: Planting fragrant shrubs would benefit all users and in particular blind or visually impaired persons.

    Ex: The experiments studied the feasibility of keeping children away from harmful household goods through the use of odorous chemical substances which elicit inherent aversive reactions.
    Ex: Skunks use a highly odoriferous secretion to deter predation.
    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex: Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex: Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    Ex: Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.

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    oloroso1 -sa
    ‹queso/pies› smelly; ‹jabón› scented, fragrant oloroso A algo smelling OF sth
    olorosa a lavanda smelling of lavender
    oloroso (sherry)
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    oloroso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo

    a)jabón/flor scented, fragrant

    b)queso/pies smelly

    oloroso,-a adjetivo fragant, sweet-smelling
    ' oloroso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    olorosa
    * * *
    oloroso, -a
    adj
    fragrant
    nm
    oloroso (sherry)
    * * *
    adj scented
    * * *
    oloroso, -sa adj
    : scented, fragrant
    * * *
    oloroso adj fragrant

    Spanish-English dictionary > oloroso

  • 8 perfumado

    adj.
    1 odoriferous, perfumated.
    2 perfumed, scented, balmy, fragrant.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: perfumar.
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    ADJ scented, perfumed
    * * *
    = aromatic, scented, odourous [odorous, -USA], perfumed, sweet-smelling.
    Ex. The smell of their dry, aromatic leaves spiced the gentle breeze.
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex. The experiments studied the feasibility of keeping children away from harmful household goods through the use of odorous chemical substances which elicit inherent aversive reactions.
    Ex. Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex. Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
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    * no perfumado = non-scented.
    * ungüento perfumado = perfumed oil.
    * vela perfumada = fragrance candle, scented candle.
    * vino perfumado = perfumed wine.
    * * *
    = aromatic, scented, odourous [odorous, -USA], perfumed, sweet-smelling.

    Ex: The smell of their dry, aromatic leaves spiced the gentle breeze.

    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex: The experiments studied the feasibility of keeping children away from harmful household goods through the use of odorous chemical substances which elicit inherent aversive reactions.
    Ex: Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex: Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    * no perfumado = non-scented.
    * ungüento perfumado = perfumed oil.
    * vela perfumada = fragrance candle, scented candle.
    * vino perfumado = perfumed wine.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perfumado

  • 9 perfume

    m.
    perfume.
    pres.subj.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: perfumar.
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    1 perfume
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    noun m.
    perfume, scent, fragrance
    * * *
    SM perfume, scent
    * * *
    masculino perfume, scent
    * * *
    = perfume, fragrance.
    Ex. This article looks at hair, eyes, makeup, jewellery, ties, suits, braces, footwear, perfume and other aspects of dress, and describes what is considered appropriate and correct for librarians.
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
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    masculino perfume, scent
    * * *
    = perfume, fragrance.

    Ex: This article looks at hair, eyes, makeup, jewellery, ties, suits, braces, footwear, perfume and other aspects of dress, and describes what is considered appropriate and correct for librarians.

    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.

    * * *
    perfume, scent
    * * *

    Del verbo perfumar: ( conjugate perfumar)

    perfumé es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

    perfume es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    perfumar    
    perfume
    perfumar ( conjugate perfumar) verbo transitivo
    to perfume
    perfumarse verbo pronominal ( refl) to put perfume o scent on
    perfume sustantivo masculino
    perfume, scent
    perfumar verbo transitivo & verbo intransitivo to perfume
    perfume sustantivo masculino perfume, scent: estas rosas no tienen perfume, these roses don't smell of anything
    ' perfume' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    exhalar
    - perfumar
    - perfumarse
    - perfumería
    - sahumar
    - usar
    - aroma
    - chimbo
    - colonia
    - fragancia
    - leve
    - llevar
    - oler
    - pulverizador
    - rico
    English:
    bottle
    - dab
    - fragrance
    - heady
    - intoxicating
    - mist
    - odor
    - odour
    - perfume
    - scent
    - smell
    - spray
    - subtle
    - wear
    - unscented
    - wild
    * * *
    perfume
    * * *
    m perfume
    * * *
    : perfume, scent
    * * *
    perfume n perfume

    Spanish-English dictionary > perfume

  • 10 que mezcla sensaciones

    (adj.) = synesthetic, cross-sensory
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
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    (adj.) = synesthetic, cross-sensory

    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.

    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que mezcla sensaciones

  • 11 relativo a la sinestesia

    (adj.) = synesthetic
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    * * *
    (adj.) = synesthetic

    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.

    Spanish-English dictionary > relativo a la sinestesia

  • 12 efluvio

    m.
    1 vapor.
    los efluvios de su perfume the smell of her perfume
    2 effluxion, emanation, effluence, efflux.
    3 effluvium, gaseous emanation.
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    1 emanation, effusion, flow
    2 figurado surge
    * * *
    SM outpour, outflow
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    masculino ( emanación) emanation

    los efluvios de la prima-vera — (liter) the sweet breath of spring

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    masculino ( emanación) emanation

    los efluvios de la prima-vera — (liter) the sweet breath of spring

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    (emanación) emanation
    los efluvios de la primavera ( liter); the fragrances o essences of spring
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    1. [emanación] vapour;
    [aroma] scent;
    los efluvios de su perfume the smell of her perfume;
    Fam Hum
    ¡menudos efluvios salen de tus zapatos! your shoes are smelling very fragrant!
    2. [de alegría, simpatía] aura
    * * *
    m smell, scent

    Spanish-English dictionary > efluvio

См. также в других словарях:

  • fragrances — fra·grance || freɪgrÉ™ns n. pleasant aroma, sweet scent …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Fragrances of the World — by Michael Edwards , the creator of the The Fragrance Wheel, is considered a reference for retailers, perfumers, perfume lovers and users. The book is updated yearly since 2000 (except 2002): * Fragrances of the World 2007: Parfums du Monde… …   Wikipedia

  • Bell Flavors & Fragrances — was founded in 1912 as the William M. Bell Company in Chicago, Illinois. The founder had been a flavor chemist with Kraft Foods in their confectionery and caramel division. In the early years, Bell sold his flavors to local shops and candy… …   Wikipedia

  • International Flavors & Fragrances — Inc. Rechtsform Incorporated Gründung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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