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bedaub
American English: /bəˈdɔb/
British English: /bɪˈdɔːb/

Translation of bedaub in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • Example sentences
    • Right before the flash she would kiss him, bedaubing his stoic cheek with bright lipstick.
    • They were not yet bedaubed with war paint, but they were as restless as panthers in a cage, and it was only a matter of days when they would whoop and howl with the loudest.
    • The effect is like bedaubing a marble statue with paint.

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