Traducción de stain en Español:

stain

mancha, n.

Pronunciación /steɪn//steɪn/

nombre

  • 1

    (dirty mark)
    mancha femenino
    blood stain mancha de sangre
    • I couldn't get the stain out no pude quitar la mancha
    • He was wearing a long, dowdy beige jacket, the edges of which were marked with mud and grass stains.
    • Once the cup is entirely clean (including those hard to remove tea stains on the bottom of the cup) rinse it in hot water.
    • Trouble is it's so hot it's difficult to remove those stubborn stains.
    • Wash all removable shelves and bins, letting them soak in the sink to remove tough stains.
    • Remove streaks or heat stains from stainless steel by rubbing with club soda.
    • This gel will remove most stubborn stains and is excellent for removing grease from carpets and for washing greasy clothes.
    • White wine vinegar can bring sparkle to windows, lemon juice and warm water is a great alternative to bleach and baking soda can remove stains from carpets as well as dissolve dirt and grease.
    • Darker shoes are also less likely to look dirty simply because stains won't show as much.
    • If the shirt has cycled through the dryer, the stain may be more difficult to remove.
    • Most stains will come out in the wash, or with the added help of a pre-wash stain remover.
    • Tooth-whitening toothpastes can remove some stains and help keep your teeth clean in the short term.
    • Cut lilies should be handled with care: the pollen on the stamens easily rubs off onto clothes leaving a stain that's difficult to remove.
    • Tear stains marked my T-shirt and my nose was sore from sniffing so much.
    • Anna was dressed in a dirty nightgown with mud stains on her.
    • Yet, experts also warned that because such detergents are better at removing dirt and stains, they retain a certain market share throughout the country.
    • I spent a very pleasant weekend removing the stains from a few linen napkins, and then researching the care of antique linen.
    • Did you know that you could use white toothpaste to remove green ice pop stains from your kitchen counter?
    • To remove mildew stains from Venetian blinds, mix together some fine emery powder and linseed oil.
    • The longer you wait the harder stains are to remove.
    • Then when I tried to spit on my fingers and clean the stains they become dirty mud stains.
  • 2

    (dye)
    tintura femenino
    tinte masculino
    • If your home is enhanced with natural woodwork, you may also want to consider the chemical content of the stains and waxes you use on it.
    • They will take chemical stains differently, too, if that's what you intend to use.
    • Also, when slabs won't accept chemical stains, they can be sprayed with white Spray Top and then successfully be stained.
    • Chemical stains and polymer toppings are now being distributed through construction supply houses.
    • A varnish stain or polyurethane in clear or tinted is another choice for redwood, cypress and cedar.
    • Now several companies are providing training for stamped concrete, polymer overlays, and chemical stains.
    • And remember, treat oily or waxy stains first, then treat protein, tannin and dye stains.
    • These stains penetrate the wood surface, are porous, and do not form a surface film like paint.
    • Advise the students of safety issues and of the possibility of chemical stains.
    • The wood grain, visible through the stain, becomes almost calligraphic.
    • Allen reports that his company sometimes uses chemical stains to add final colors.
    • The glue seals the wood so it will not accept stain or coloring to the same degree as the surrounding area does.
    • Many of the commonly used stains and stain combinations are represented in this atlas.
    • Penetrating stains or preservative treatments are preferred for rough sawn lumber.
    • He then highlighted the existing color with chemical stains.
    • The owners painted the ceiling off-white and applied a stain to the rustic beams to make them look like driftwood.
    • They cut borders and pattern lines into the surface to separate different applications of colored chemical stains.
    • On the inside walls and floor, make sure to avoid wood treated with stains or chemicals that could harm hatchlings.
    • If finish is thus worn, then perhaps blotting food coloring with chlorine bleach will lift the dye stain.
    • As in the case of sandblast stenciling, chemical stains can be applied before or after stencils are placed.
  • 3

    (on character)
    mancha femenino
    mácula femenino literario
    • It's their responsibility to verify that I'm not a shoplifter, and am free to go about the rest of my life without a stain on my character.
    • They were just outraged, because it was such a stain on them, as well.
    • That it is largely ignored is a stain on the reputation of those who would have us believe they have the good of the theatre at heart.
    • The slave trade was a horrible stain on our country's history, but we need to move on in order for us to achieve.
    • If he resigns now, his exit would leave a stain on his entire career.
    • It is a story of savage in-fighting which has left a bloody stain on the club's reputation.
    • John Leslie was left ‘without a stain on his character’, according to the judge, but many newspapers disagreed.
    • The prosecution and judge both said he left court ‘without a stain on his character’.
    • There is nothing in us that can remove the self-inflicted stain and blemish on that image.
    • In your final paragraph you suggest that the underclass is a stain on our society, which suggests we somehow create it.
    • Fully 18 months after being suspended from duty they can go back to work without a stain on their reputations.
    • He was freed on condition he returned to face the courts again, which he did last week to hear the judge quash the original verdict and release him without a stain on his character.
    • Religious exercises could not affect the social stain of dishonor.
    • I think it's a stain on his integrity, but an understandable one.
    • It was a ruthless bid for mainstream success, yet he emerged without a stain on his avant-garde credentials.
    • Once one's credibility has been tarnished, it is difficult to remove the stain.
    • Yet court after court had declared his innocence and removed the stain from his character like mud from his boots.
    • The character of Tess up to her last downfall… is consistent enough, and we do not object to the defiant blazon of a Pure Woman, notwithstanding the early stain.
    • That does not remove the stain from the District Court record.
    • In return, the stain of dishonor he's brought to his clan will be cleansed.

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    (mark)
    (clothes/skin) manchar
    to be stained with sth estar manchado de algo
    • a badly stained tablecloth un mantel muy manchado
    • The carpet was white at one time, but smoke and time had stained it yellow.
    • And then there was the dishevelled-looking crooked old man in a dirty stained raincoat and muddy boots.
    • An ugly gash ran up her left leg and blood had stained the carpet.
    • Little Sye was sitting on the grass, her dress stained and dirty.
    • I couldn't help but notice his teeth were stained a faint yellow, probably from consumption of too many cigars.
    • The most prominently stained sites are marked with triangles and numbered from distal to proximal to serve as landmarks.
    • Or you might stain light-colored paper with tea, coffee or crepe paper.
    • The ceiling's decorations were heavily stained with smoke while most of the flooring was broken.
    • With the lapse of time, they would become stained and have plants growing in the gaps resulting from the acceptably uneven surface of the blocks.
    • Soft contact lenses and clothing may be permanently stained.
    • Slabs need to be sealed to prevent staining and moss growth.
    • For young women, and young men, chewing sepa, and having stained teeth, is considered old fashioned and unattractive.
    • I could remember him talking about how coffee can stain a person's teeth yellow and how he felt like he was too young to have yellow stained teeth.
    • Is the cotton plug or filler in the bottle torn, sticky, or stained, or does it appear to have been taken out and put back?
    • if you stain that there'll be serious consequences.
    • There it comes sliding down the luggage ramp: flattened, tattered, stained, wonderfully unappealing.
    • Their fingers are stained and their teeth are yellow and their breath smells of smoke, and still, I don't say a thing.
    • My parents gave me a small dog which I love dearly, but she has caused havoc by urinating on the lawn, staining it yellow.
    • The mattresses are very old and stained, and are often wrapped in plastic so the children don't get even sicker from being in contact with the dirty mattresses.
    • He remembered seeing his mother sewing the flag; he remembered how she had cried, how her tears had stained the fabric.
    • The writer goes on to describe granite as a ‘porous stone, meaning it can be easily stained.’
    • There were no carpets on the floors which, uncovered, had become stained and dirty.
    • Luckily, it was a dark red shirt, so hopefully even if it stains, it won't be visible.
    • The act of crushing leaves or flowers with a hammer releases pigments that stain fabric.
    • I got out the pages of my calculations, by now curling and stained.
    • More than half of the bed frames were dusty or stained.
    • Grouting can also stain - specialist grout cleaners are available from DIY shops or Relics of Witney.
    • Many of the flats above are boarded up, the railings at the front and the side of the properties have rusted and the concrete blocks are stained and marked with graffiti.
    • The greasy water did put out the fire, but the dress was burnt, torn and stained.
    • Known in ancient Greece, this plant was also called ‘sallow thorn’ because the berries can stain the skin yellow.
    • He had came back, light-hearted and happy, but muddy and grass stained.
    • Thank you for making me laugh by saying I looked like a monster after the charcoal stained my teeth black.
    • Iced tea is a light brown shade and will stain the white cloth covering the table just like the cranberries.
    • The stucco is chipped and stained and peeling off like sunburned skin; the lawn expired months ago.
    • Handwritten on scraps of paper, crumpled and often stained, they may be hard to decipher at times.
    • You can wash it with a garden house, it doesn't mildew, it doesn't stain, it looks good, it has great acoustics.
    • His Academy uniform is as stiff and properly worn as any I've seen, but the material is stained and patched.
    • Her smile reveals the solitary stained tooth giving character to her mouth, possibly confirming the witch theory to the cynical.
    • The tables had a ravaged look - platters almost empty and puddled with brownish juices, serving spoons staining the linens, parsley sprigs limp and bedraggled.
    • If you wait, it may be too late to safely remove the spot without staining or discoloring the fabric.
  • 2

    (dye)
    (wood) teñir
    (specimen/cells) teñir
    • For instance, one sizable jar contained conjoined twin lambs, their wool stained orange by the medium in which they were immersed.
    • A root sample was stained with trypan blue for the determination of root colonization by G. intraradices, following the method described previously.
    • Weeds must be controlled, and the use of chemicals may stain the material.
    • You can fill in nail holes with wood putty/dough before sanding if you are not planning to stain the wood.
    • The wood trim throughout the home had previously been stained almost black.
    • Colonies were stained with iodine vapors and photographed.
    • This stuff will stain wood among other things and is bad for your lungs.
    • The paintings are also stained here and there with pale, translucent washes of chromatic dye.
    • Slides were stained with hematoxylin/eosin or propidium iodide.
    • The specimens were fixed in formalin, and paraffin sections were stained with hematoxylin-eosin and saffron.
    • To achieve this, she made the built-in desk and shelves look as much like furniture as possible, using molding at the top of the cabinets and staining the natural wood.
    • None of the wood is stained, and some trees even retain their bark.
    • After electrophoresis, the agarose gels were stained with ethidium bromide and visualized by ultraviolet light.
    • It was on paper stained by one of their chemicals to simulate antique parchment.
    • Among the structures found in the developing limb, the patterning of the cartilage has been the best studied, as this can be stained and seen easily in whole mounts of the embryonic limb.
    • Thin sections were placed on the grids for electron microscopy and stained with lead citrate.
    • Repeat until the entire deck is stained with two coats.
    • Personally, I like to grow them in simple, inexpensive half-barrels stained darkest matt green.
    • Prime and paint or stain the new boards to match the rest of the house.
    • Osmium tetroxide is used by scientists to stain materials and as a catalyst to speed up chemical reactions.

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    (tea/wine) manchar
  • 2

    (fabric) mancharse
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    Biología
    (cell) teñirse
    to stain blue/red teñirse de azul/rojo