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Tradução de Italiano de blacken



intransitive verb

  1. annerirsi
    1. (sky) oscurarsi

transitive verb

  1. annerire
    1. (figurative, reputation) macchiare

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The deadly smog would excoriate their nostrils and claw at their lungs and blacken their blood.
Still, he said to himself, I won't talk about this to others, I won't blacken her name without proof.
Both of his eyes were beginning to blacken, and blood streamed from his nose and the corner of his mouth.
Jennifer Fallon TREASON KEEP (2001)
She couldn't have resisted telling him anything she found to blacken my name with,' Kevin protested.
Val McDermid DEAD BEAT (2001)

Tendências de blacken

Palavra de uso ocasional. blacken é uma das 30000 palavras mais frequentemente usadas no dicionário Collins

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blacken em Outras Línguas

Inglês Britânico: blacken VERB
To blacken something means to make it black or very dark in colour. Something that blackens becomes black or very dark in colour.
Plumes of smoke blackened the sky.


Tradução de blacken do Collins Inglês para Italiano
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