ar·o·mat·ic /ˌærəˈmætɪk/ 形容詞
Ar·o·mat·ic n. A plant, drug, or medicine, characterized by a fragrant smell, and usually by a warm, pungent taste, as ginger, cinnamon, spices.
Ar·o·mat·ic Ar·o·mat·ic·al a. Pertaining to, or containing, aroma; fragrant; spicy; strong-scented; odoriferous; as, aromatic balsam.
Aromatic compound Chem., one of a large class of organic substances, as the oils of bitter almonds, wintergreen, and turpentine, the balsams, camphors, etc., many of which have an aromatic odor. They include many of the most important of the carbon compounds and may all be derived from the benzene group, C6H6. The term is extended also to many of their derivatives.
Aromatic vinegar. See under Vinegar.
adj 1: (chemistry) of or relating to or containing one or more
benzene rings; "an aromatic organic compound"
2: having a strong distinctive fragrance; "the pine woods were
more redolent"- Jean Stafford [syn: redolent]