Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Sniff"

The meaning of "Sniff" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does sniff mean?
A: sniff = use your nose to quickly bring in air, usually to smell something or because you have mucus in your nose
Q: What does sniff mean?
A: Oler / Olfatear.
Q: What does sniff it out mean?
A: It could be figurative or literal, depending on the context.
Example 1 - The police dog sniffed out the thief.
Example 2 - He sniffed out my lies, leaving me in big trouble.
Q: What does sniff mean?
A: To smell...
Q: What does injured sniff mean?
A: No idea. Would you mind quoting the entire sentence?

Example sentences using "Sniff"

Q: Please show me example sentences with sniffing out .
A: My dog was sniffing out the back of the cat.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sniffing out.
A: This poses a problem and I will be sniffing out a possible solution.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sniff out.
A: The dog sniffed out the food in the bag.

The police sniffed out the criminal.

That company is sniffing out young talents.

I will sniff out anything wrong with the rumours.

Synonyms of "Sniff" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between sniff and sniffle and snuffle ?
A: To sniff and to snuffle are verbs. Sniff is a usual way to say breathe in through the nose to smell something. Another meaning is to show disapproval. Snuffle is used for animals sniffing repeatedly. Sniffle is a noun and means a mild cold or a mild runny nose.
Q: What is the difference between sniff and scented ?
A: I sniffed the candle. The candle has a cinnamon scent.
Q: What is the difference between sniffed and snorted ?
A: Sniffed is smelling something, snorted is actually taking a solid or liquid up your nose.

"I sniffed a candle."
"I accidentally snorted some milk, while drinking it."
Q: What is the difference between sniff and sniffle ?
A: Sniff is used in the context of spelling normally. Sniffle can be used if someone is crying or sick and has to sniff a lot so their nose wont run.
Q: What is the difference between sniff and sniffle ?
A: so they are not the same things right?

Translations of "Sniff"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? sniffed
A: Sniff-d

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