Definition of 'deface'
Example sentences containing 'deface'
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No photocopied or defaced vouchers accepted. The Sun (2008)This voucher is not valid if deemed to have been tampered with, or defaced. The Sun (2012)Photocopies, damaged or defaced vouchers will not be accepted. The Sun (2012)Copied, forged or defaced vouchers not accepted. The Sun (2012)No copied, damaged or defaced coupons accepted. The Sun (2010)Copied, damaged or defaced coupons will not be accepted. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Vouchers that have been forged, defaced or otherwise tampered with will not be valid for use. The Sun (2016)Vouchers that have been forged, defaced or otherwise tampered with are not valid. The Sun (2016)No photocopies, damaged and defaced coupons will be accepted. The Sun (2009)Copied, damaged or defaced vouchers will not be accepted, only original vouchers are valid. The Sun (2014)Copied, damaged or defaced coupons will not be accepted at the retailer's discretion. The Sun (2016)
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Used Rarely. deface is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'deface'
British English: deface VERB
If someone defaces something such as a wall or a notice, they spoil it by writing or drawing things on it.
It's illegal to deface banknotes.
Definition of deface from the Collins English Dictionary
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