"I smell the smell. Meaning you notice something also. " means "냄새(를) 맡다" in Korean.

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냄새(를) 맡다, 냄새 맏따
 
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Pronunciation naem-sae-rŭl mat-tta
meaning I smell the smell. Meaning you notice something also.
"I smell the smell. Meaning you notice something also. " is "냄새(를) 맡다"(naem-sae-rŭl mat-tta) in Korean.
It means you notice something also.
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