stained

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} lekeli

Onun yüzü gözyaşlarıyla lekeliydi. - Her face was stained with tears.

lekelenmiş
{f} lekele

Onun gömleği sos ile lekelendi. - His shirt was stained with sauce.

Ellerim boya ile lekelendi. - My hands are stained with paint.

(sıfat) lekeli
lekelenmek
stain
leke

Kahve lekesini çıkarmak zordu. - The coffee stain was difficult to remove.

Bu lekeyi çıkarmak zor olacak. - It's going to be difficult to remove this stain.

stain
lekelemek
stained glass
renkli cam
stained glass
mozaik cam
stained for
için boyandı
stained glass
boyalı cam
stained glass
vitray

Kırık vitray parçaları, suç delillerinden biriydi. - Pieces of broken stained glass were one of the evidences for the crime.

Güzel vitray sanattır. - Beautiful stained glass is art.

stained glass windows
vitray pencereler
stained timber
kirli ahşap
stained-glass
vitray
stained glass window
(Sanat) cam resim
stained with spots
pafta pafta
stain
kir
stain
boyamak
stain
kara
stain
lekelenmek
stain
leke etmek
stain
şaibe
to be stained
lekelenmek
stain
vernik
get stained
lekelenmek
be stained
lekelenmek
become stained
lekelenmek
becoming stained
lekelenme
oil stained
yağ lekeli
oil stained
yağ lekesi olmuş
stain
renklendirmek
stain
lekeleme
stain
{f} kirletmek
stain
{f} leke yapmak
stain
{f} (kimyasal maddeyle) koyulaştırmak
stain
{f} lekele

Onun gömleği sos ile lekelendi. - His shirt was stained with sauce.

Ellerim boya ile lekelendi. - My hands are stained with paint.

stain
tahtaya renk vermek
stain
{i} boya

Tom'un gömleğinin önü bir kurşun yarasından kan ile boyandı. - The front of Tom's shirt was stained with blood from a gunshot wound.

Dudaklarım kalamar mürekkebi ile boyandığı için o bana gülüyor. - He's laughing at me because my lips are stained with squid ink.

stain
leke sürmek lekelenmek
stain
{f} kirlenmek
stain
{i} ağaca renk verme
stain
{i} koyulaştırıcı kimyasal madde
stain
{f} boyanmak
stain
leke olmak
stain
{i} bozma
stain
boyama
stain
boya/lekele
stain
boya/leke
tear stained
yaşlı
tear stained
üzerinde gözyaşı izleri olan
tear stained
gözyaşı ile ıslanmış
İngilizce - İngilizce
having a stain
Simple past tense and past participle of stain
coloured by adding a pigment
having a coating of stain or varnish
{s} discolored, smudged, spotted; colored with stain (of wood, glass, etc.)
marked or dyed or discolored with foreign matter; "a badly stained tablecloth"; "tear-stained cheeks"
past of stain
stained glass
The use of such glass to construct decorative windows, especially in churches
stained glass
Glass that has been coloured, either by painting or by fusing pigments into its structure
stained glass
colored glass, type of window with colorful designs
stained glass
Glass that has been colored, enameled, painted, or stained, especially by having pigments baked onto its surface or by having various metallic oxides fused into it
stained glass
Decorative windows composed of small pieces of dyed or painted glass held in place by lead strips within a heavy metal frame The large window spaces of Gothic architecture provided the perfect display for these works of art during the twelfth to fourteenth centuries
stained glass
Figurative composition made of pieces of glass in different colors, joined by strips of lead and set in an iron framework, normally used to close a window It is illuminated by the natural light that passes through it
stained glass
glass that has been colored in some way; used for church windows
stained glass
in tableware, glass that has been sprayed with a colored stain and then fired to fuse to the surface
stained glass
Stained glass consists of pieces of glass of different colours which are fixed together to make decorative windows or other objects. Glass colored by mixing pigments inherently in the glass, by fusing colored metallic oxides onto the glass, or by painting and baking transparent colors on the glass surface. Coloured glass used to make decorative windows and other objects through which light passes. Stained glass is often made in large, richly detailed panels that are set together in a framework of lead. Like all coloured glass, it acquires its colour by the addition of metallic oxides to molten glass. A purely Western phenomenon, stained glass originated as a fine art of the Christian church, beginning in the 12th-13th century, when it was combined with Gothic architecture to create brilliant, moving effects. A decline set in after the 13th century, when stained-glass artists began to seek the realistic effects sought by Renaissance painters, effects to which the technique was less suited and which diverted artists from exploiting the all-important light-refracting quality of glass. More recently, stained-glass artists have again achieved high quality: during the 19th-century Gothic revival, in the Art Nouveau designs of Louis Comfort Tiffany, and in the work of such 20th-century artists as Marc Chagall
stained glass window
windowpane made out of colored glass
stained with blood
spotted with blood, marked with blood
stained-glass window
a window made of stained glass
stain
A blemish on one's character or reputation
stain
To coat a surface with a stain
stain
To taint or tarnish someone's character or reputation
stain
{n} a blot, spot, blur, mark, taint, infamy
stain
{v} to blot, spot, daub, die, pollute, disgrace
stain
To spot with guilt or infamy; to bring reproach on; to blot; to soil; to tarnish
stain
Discolored areas on film or paper, usually caused by contaminated developing solutions or by insufficient fixing, washing, or agitation
stain
A solution designed to color a surface without hiding it Solid color and latex stains are available Stains may be latex or oil-based
stain
color with a liquid dye or tint; "Stain this table a beautiful walnut color"; "people knew how to stain glass a beautiful blue in the middle ages"
stain
{f} discolor, smudge, spot; color by applying stain; taint or blemish someone's reputation
stain
in ceramics, any oxide or prepared pigment used for coloring clay, slips, or glazes; in woodworking, any transparent oil or water-based pigment used to alter the natural color of wood
stain
A discoloration of a surface to which tape has been applied
stain
to stain glass
stain
– A liquid mixture to color wood Made of 4 parts: Vehicle (water or solvent), Colorant (pigments and dyes), Binder (resin), Additives (solvents to control drying)
stain
(microscopy) a dye or other coloring material that is used in microscopy to make structures visible
stain
any oxide, carbonate, or prepared pigment (sometimes fritted) used for coloring clay bodies, slips, glazes, underglazes, or overglazes   Also, sometimes used interchangeable with the term "WASH "
stain
A blemish on ones character or reputation
stain
a soiled or discolored appearance; "the wine left a dark stain"
stain
To discolor by the application of foreign matter; to make foul; to spot; as, to stain the hand with dye; armor stained with blood
stain
To cause to seem inferior or soiled by comparison
stain
A partly transparent coating that can color wood without obscuring the grain and/or the texture Also refers to materials that soil the surface of a coating
stain
A substance used to soak into a surface and colour it
stain
produce or leave stains; "Red wine stains the table cloth"
stain
A thin type of finish that protects and colors wood Available in solid and transparent tones Used to bring out the grain and surface of the wood
stain
To taint or tarnish someones character or reputation
stain
A natural spot of a color different from the gound
stain
A stain is a mark on something that is difficult to remove. Remove stains by soaking in a mild solution of bleach. a black stain
stain
Cause of reproach; shame
stain
Taint of guilt; tarnish; disgrace; reproach
stain
To discolour something
stain
(microscopy) a dye or other coloring material that is used in microscopy to make structures visible color for microscopic study; "The laboratory worker dyed the specimen"
stain
produce or leave stains; "Red wine stains the table cloth
stain
A discoloured spot or area
stain
color for microscopic study; "The laboratory worker dyed the specimen"
stain
a soiled or discolored appearance; "the wine left a dark stain" (microscopy) a dye or other coloring material that is used in microscopy to make structures visible color for microscopic study; "The laboratory worker dyed the specimen" color with a liquid dye or tint; "Stain this table a beautiful walnut color"; "people knew how to stain glass a beautiful blue in the middle ages" produce or leave stains; "Red wine stains the table cloth
stain
If a liquid stains something, the thing becomes coloured or marked by the liquid. Some foods can stain the teeth, as of course can smoking. + stained stained His clothing was stained with mud. + -stained -stained ink-stained fingers
stain
To color, as wood, glass, paper, cloth, or the like, by processess affecting, chemically or otherwise, the material itself; to tinge with a color or colors combining with, or penetrating, the substance; to dye; as, to stain wood with acids, colored washes, paint rubbed in, etc
stain
To treat a microscope specimen with a dye
stain
A discoloration on or in lumber other than its natural color
stain
discoloration of face material and/or substrate caused by pressure sensitive adhesive or other means
stain
Discoloration of spa or pool surfaces most often caused by metal corrosion of circulation system due to low pH Sequestering or chelating agent will remove stains, for tough stains acid wash may be necessary
stain
A discoloration or a colored deposit on the walls or bottom of a swimming pool or spa Most often, stains are metals, such as iron, copper & manganese They may appear as green, gray, brown or black They may even discolor the water Sometimes a sequestering agent or chelating agent will remove them If not, us- ually an acid wash is necessary to remove them from the walls & bottom The metals get in the water because the pH was too low or someone has added a low-pH chemical directly into the circulation system The low-pH chem- ical dissolves a small amount of metal from the equipment The metals begin to come out of solutions & deposit or stain the walls & bottom Stains are sometimes confused with scale
stain
the state of being covered with unclean things
stain
A contraction of distam (Latin, dis-tingere, to discolour )
stain
A reagent or dye used to stain microscope specimens so as to make some structures visible
stain
{i} discoloration, smudge, spot; liquid substance used as a coloring agent (on wood, etc.); taint or blemish on one's reputation
stain
Any oxide or prepared pigment used for colouring bodies, slips or glazes
stain
Any oxide or prepared pigment used for coloring bodies, slips or glazes
stain
To give or receive a stain; to grow dim
stain
A discoloration by foreign matter; a spot; as, a stain on a garment or cloth
stain
a symbol of disgrace or infamy; "And the Lord set a mark upon Cain"--Genesis
stain
an act that brings discredit to the person who does it; "he made a huge blot on his copybook"
stain
A compound added to glazes to add coloring Sometimes applied directly onto a clay body without mixing with a vitrifying glaze See also glaze, vitrification
stain
Sometimes a single coloring oxide, but usually a combination of oxides, plus alumina, flint, and a fluxing compound This mixture is calcined and then finely ground and washed The purpose is to form a stable coloring agent not likely to be altered by the action of the glaze or heat While stains are employed as glaze colorants, their chief use is as overglaze and underglaze decorations and body colorants
stain
A translucent finish for wood that can be clear or tinted, allowing the grain and figure of the wood to show through the finish Stains do not provide the same level of protection afforded by a varnish or paint finish
stain
make dirty or spotty, as by exposure to air; also used metaphorically; "The silver was tarnished by the long exposure to the air"; "Her reputation was sullied after the affair with a married man"
stain
- A liquid mixture to color wood Made of 4 parts: Vehicle (water or solvent), Colorant (pigments and dyes), Binder (resin), Additives (solvents to control drying)
stain
A pattern of area foxing; may be described as light or dark, even or uneven
stain
A contraction of distain (Latin, dis-tingere, to discolour )
stain
A tincture; a tinge
tear-stained
crying a lot, full of tears
stained

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    steynd

    Telaffuz

    /ˈstānd/ /ˈsteɪnd/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'stAn ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English steynen, partly from Middle French desteindre to discolor and partly of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse steina to paint; more at DISTAIN.

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