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Spanish translation of “smear”

smear

verb /smiə/
to spread (something sticky or oily) over a surface
untar, embadurnar
The little boy smeared jam on the chair.
to make or become blurred; to smudge
borrar, manchar
He brushed against the newly painted notice and smeared the lettering.
to try to discredit (a person etc) by slandering him
calumniar, difamar
He has been spreading false stories in an attempt to smear us.
(Definition of smear from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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