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discolour

Saltos de línea: dis|col¦our
Pronunciación: /dɪsˈkʌlə
 
/
(US discolor)

Definición de discolour en inglés:

verbo

Change or cause to change to a different, less attractive colour: [no object]: do not over-knead the dough or it will discolour [with object]: too much aluminium can discolour water
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This dentine is darker than enamel, so teeth appear stained and discoloured.
  • As a nation of tea and coffee drinkers, our teeth take a battering and frequently end up stained or discoloured.
  • Aged vinegar acquires an increasingly brown colour as enzymes discolour compounds from the original fruit.
Sinónimos
stain, mark, soil, dirty, make dirty, streak, smear, spot, tarnish, sully, spoil, mar, disfigure, blemish;
blacken, char;
fade, bleach, wash out;
rust, weather
stained, marked, spotted, dirty, soiled, tarnished, blackened;
rusted, rusty, oxidized, weathered

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French descolorer or medieval Latin discolorare, from des-, dis- (expressing reversal) + Latin colorare 'to colour'.

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