Traducción de deface en Español:

deface

pintarrajear, v.

Pronunciación /dəˈfeɪs//dɪˈfeɪs/

verbo transitivo

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    (notice/poster/wall) pintarrajear
    (notice/poster/wall) (make ugly) afear
    (notice/wall/poster) (make ugly) desfigurar
    • Some of them reportedly defaced posters of her in the lobby, writing comments and tossing drinks on her pictures.
    • Madison homeowners are livid after vandals defaced their homes.
    • The persons invading the San Jose office barricaded themselves in a conference room where they defaced the walls and damaged furniture.
    • They moved here in 1959 and kept themselves busy by defacing the books in the local library.
    • As Gardaí continue the hunt for reckless vandals who defaced statues of Our Lady at a rural grotto in Kerry, shocked locals held a prayer meeting on the site on Monday night and prayed for forgiveness for the culprits.
    • The room was wrecked and most of the pews had been stolen or defaced.
    • In recent weeks the graffiti vandals have defaced the memorial.
    • Speed camera bosses are undeterred by vandals who defaced signs warning drivers that mobile speed cameras operate in the area.
    • We are fighting back against the litter louts, the illegal fly-tippers and fly-posters and the vandals who deface the city with graffiti.
    • It was part of a Skipton Civic Society project to restore the area and Gwynne Walters, from the society, made a plea to the local community not to deface the bridge nor vandalise the area.
    • The scrawl which defaces many a wall, subway, building, bus shelter and cable box across the district is deeply offensive to many people.
    • York Minster clergy expressed shock and outrage today after vandals defaced its historic walls with offensive graffiti.
    • A local constituency office in Keighley has been targeted by vandals who have defaced the building with graffiti.
    • I just got through telling him that a kid was defacing school property and it was in his area.
    • Government offices were attacked, and trains stopped and defaced.
    • In one, a Minneapolis housing project is represented as a lawless free-fire zone, with gangsters shooting it out in the streets and anti-Hmong graffiti defacing parked cars.
    • My usual idea of political activism is defacing the candidate's photos in their election literature.
    • Just as people shouldn't drop litter, they shouldn't deface the city with graffiti, and ways need to be found of persuading them to stop doing it.
    • It may sound obvious but cheque book customers should not deface Irish pound cheques by crossing out the currency sign and writing in a euro sign instead - or vice versa.
    • The vandals have also defaced rocks elsewhere on the moor, including popular routes for walkers and visitors to the area.
    • Your eyes glow every single morning, and you're always smiling; you doodle both your names in all the books, even deface public property.
    • Angry residents claim graffiti vandals are continuing to deface Chiswick's streets because the owners of business and public properties have a ‘lazy attitude’ towards removing tags.
    • Yet they knew that the Massachusett Indians, for example, considered it impious and inhumane to deface the monuments of the dead.
    • A Bedford Bishop says he is ‘fed up’ with vandals defacing his church.
    • Needless to say, I was shocked when I saw this source of pride defaced with black spray paint.
    • ‘I couldn't condone anyone defacing the city, even in chalk form,’ said Dublin's Lord Mayor, Dermot Lacey.