discolor

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İngilizce - İngilizce
to stain
{v} to change the color, stain, tinge
To alter the true complexion or appearance of; to put a false hue upon
cause to lose or change color; "The detergent discolored my shirts"
To alter the natural hue or color of; to change to a different color; to stain; to tinge; as, a drop of wine will discolor water; silver is discolored by sea water
lose color or turn colorless; "The painting discolored
lose color or turn colorless; "The painting discolored"
change color, often in an undesired manner; "The shirts discolored" cause to lose or change color; "The detergent discolored my shirts" lose color or turn colorless; "The painting discolored
{f} change the color of, stain; fade, (also discolour)
To change or lose color
change color, often in an undesired manner; "The shirts discolored"
the American spelling of discolour
discoloration
A discolored spot; a stain
discoloration
The act of discoloring, or the state of being discolored; alteration of hue or appearance
discolored
Simple past tense and past participle of discolor
discolored
Deprived of color, or given the wrong color; pale, stained
discolored
Multicolored

Iris bright her discolourd bow she spreds through heauens hight.

discoloured
Alternative spelling of discolored
discoloration
{n} a change of color, stain, die
To discolor
discolorate
discoloration
(1) Staining (2) Changing or darkening in color from the standard or original
discoloration
a soiled or discolored appearance; "the wine left a dark stain"
discoloration
{i} changing of color, fading; stain
discoloration
Any change in the apparent color of an image Often refers to the loss of blue sky color due to air pollution
discoloration
The gradual yellowing of foam due to a photochemical reaction It is faster in sunlight than in artificial light, although it occurs in both Fresh foam may discolor in the center of the block as a result of thermal or chemical events (Does not affect physical properties )
discoloration
a colour change which involves either lightening or darkening and/or change in hue
discoloration
Change in the color of wood due to fungus and chemical stains, weathering, or heat treatment
discoloration
the act of changing the natural color of something by making it duller or dingier or unnatural or faded
discoloration
Any change from the original color Discoloration can be caused by overheating, light exposure, irradiation, or chemical attack
discoloration
presence of unusual colors in the water, commonly clear, green or brown
discolored
past of discolor
discolored
Altered in color; stained
discolored
having the color spoiled with spots or streaks
discolored
Variegated; of divers colors
discolored
{s} faded, stained (also discoloured)
discoloring
present participle of discolor
discolors
third person singular of discolor
discolour
dis·col·our discolours discolouring discoloured in AM, use discolor If something discolours or if it is discoloured by something else, its original colour changes, so that it looks unattractive. A tooth which has been hit hard may discolour Some oil had seeped out, discolouring the grass. + discoloured dis·col·oured Some of the prints were badly discoloured. + discoloration dis·col·ora·tion the discoloration of the soil from acid spills. to change colour, or to make something change colour, so that it looks unattractive
discolour
change color, often in an undesired manner; "The shirts discolored"
discolour
{f} change the color of, stain; fade (also discolor)
discolour
alternative spelling of discolor
discoloured
having the color spoiled with spots or streaks
discoloured
UK, alternative spelling of discolored
discoloured
{s} faded, stained (also discolored)
discolouring
present participle of discolour
discolours
third-person singular of discolour
discolor