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Translation of "smudge" - English-Spanish dictionary

smudge

noun   /smʌdʒ/
a dirty mark borrón, mancha a smudge of ink
verb   /smʌdʒ/ ( present participle smudging, past tense and past participle smudged)
to make something dirty by touching it emborronar, hacer que se corra Be careful you don’t smudge the drawing.
(Definition of smudge from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

smudge

noun /smadʒ/
a smear or a blurred mark mancha, borrón There’s a smudge of ink on your nose.
smudgy adjective
borrado, manchado
smudginess noun
aspecto borrado
(Definition of smudge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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