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smudgenoun [C]

uk   us   /smʌdʒ/
a mark with no particular shape that is caused, usually by accident, by rubbing something such as ink or a dirty finger across a surface: Her hands were covered in dust and she had a black smudge on her nose.figurative She said we were nearly there, but the island was still no more than a distant smudge on the horizon.
smudgy
adjective uk   us   /ˈsmʌdʒ.i/

smudgeverb [I or T]

uk   us   /smʌdʒ/
If ink, paint, etc. smudges or if someone smudges it, it becomes dirty or not clear because someone or something has touched it: She was crying and her mascara had smudged.
smudging
noun [U] uk   us   /ˈsmʌdʒ.ɪŋ/
Traducciones de “smudge”
en árabe لَطْخة, بُقْعة…
en coreano 자국, 얼룩…
in Malaysian kesan kotor…
en francés tache, traînée…
en turco pis leke, sıvanmış leke…
en italiano sbaffo, sbavatura…
en chino (tradicionál) (擦拭後留下的)汙跡,污痕…
en ruso пятно, клякса…
en polaco maz, smuga…
in Vietnamese vết bẩn, vết ố…
en español mancha, borrón…
en portugués borrão, mancha…
in Thai รอยเปื้อน…
en alemán der Klecks…
en catalán esborrall, taca…
en japonés しみ, 汚れ…
in Indonesian lumaran…
en chino (simplificado) (擦拭后留下的)污迹,污痕…
(Definition of smudge from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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