Sinônimos de tarnish
(of a metal) to become stained or less bright, esp. by exposure to air or moistureIt never rusts or tarnishes.
Some foods can stain teeth, as of course can tea and coffee.
A tooth which has been hit hard may discolour.
a brown shoe spotted with paint
Young people don't want to do things that soil their hands.
The dusk sky dims to a chilly indigo.
The bolt on the door had rusted.
A storm darkened the sky.
Only one memorable slip-up has blotted his career.
He wasn't about to blemish that pristine record.
Nobody wanted to blemish his reputation at that time.
lose lustre or shine
to damage or taintHis image was tarnished by the savings and loans scandal.
He doesn't want to damage his reputation as a political personality.
Rancid oil will taint the flavour.
They're trying to blacken our name.
I felt loath to sully the gleaming brass knocker by handling it.
drag through the mud,
a tarnished condition, surface, or film on a surfaceThe tarnish lay thick on the inside of the ring.
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in the sense of blacken
to damage (someone's reputation)They're trying to blacken our name.
in the sense of blemish
to spoil or tarnishHe wasn't about to blemish that pristine record.Nobody wanted to blemish his reputation at that time.
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