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American English: /bəˈsmɪr/
British English: /bɪˈsmɪə/

transitive verb

  • to besmear something with something
    embadurnar algo de algo
    Example sentences
    • A few of his followers remained with him as he came forward along the way on horseback, the way was besmeared with much blood of men and horses.
    • And let us bathe our hands in blood up to the elbows, and besmear our swords.
    • The grand stone buildings with the engraved inlays and elegantly dressed people shared the same street as the dirt besmeared street urchins who dodged in and out of the traffic.
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