cal-gon-ize. v. Derived from a brand of cheap body sprays and perfumes, 1. to fill or overpower with a strong cheap scent or foul odor; 2. to make someone feel cheap, offensive, or make someone realize they smell like cheap perfume; 3. to coerce someone by ruining their reputation or by literally spraying them with cheap perfume
1. Her morning breath calgonized the bedroom.
2. You calgonize everything you do.
3. If you don't watch your mouth, I will calgonize you!
作者 Alkups 2010年9月27日

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