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tinge

verb [T]  /tɪndʒ/ us  
to add a slight amount of color or a quality to something: The sunset tinged the sky red.
tinge
noun [C]  /tɪndʒ/ us  
The flowers are purple with tinges of pink.
Translations of “tinge”
in Spanish tinte, matiz…
in French teinte, nuance…
in German der Anflug…
in Chinese (Traditional) (顏色或情感的)一絲,少許…
in Russian оттенок, тон…
in Turkish bir nebze, çok az, bir parça…
in Chinese (Simplified) (颜色或情感的)一丝,少许…
in Polish odcień, nuta…
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