Wouldn't "the flower's fragrance" be equally accurate - if not better.
I also have the same question
The flower's fragrance is also accurate
Or fragrance of a flower
'a flower' means 'एक फूल'
Yeah weird sentence Duo
if its a sentence fragment anyway, why wasn't 'fragrance of a flower' accepted?
Should accept aroma or smell too? More commonly used than the word fragrance and my Hindi dictionary does not use the word fragrance for khushboo
I don't think so as aroma is correct but a high level language for the beginner .
And it cannot be smell as it mostly means a odor or any kind of bad smell it could be a nice smell but mainly use it for a bad smell
I said "the flower fragrance" and it said I had a typo and offered "the flowers fragrance" which is completely wrong in English without an apostrophe to indicate possession (flower's) (as khF1S said).