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Translation of "stain" - English-Spanish dictionary

stain

noun   /steɪn/
a dirty mark on something that is difficult to remove mancha a blood stain a stain on the carpet
verb   /steɪn/
to leave a dirty mark on something that is difficult to remove, or to become dirty in this way manchar(se) I spilled my drink and stained my trousers.
(Definition of stain from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

stain

verb /stein/
to leave a (permanent) dirty mark or coloured/colored patch on eg a fabric manchar The coffee I spilt has stained my trousers.
to become marked in this way manchar Silk stains easily.
to dye or colour/color (eg wood) pintar The wooden chairs had been stained brown.
stainless steel noun
a metal alloy composed of steel and chromium that does not rust inoxidable a sink made of stainless steel (also adjective) stainless steel knives/cutlery.
(Definition of stain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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