Translation of mottle in Spanish:

mottle

manchar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈmɑdl//ˈmɒt(ə)l/

transitive verb

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    manchar
    • If you absorb enough fluoride it can become dangerous - it does cause mottled teeth and there is an issue over bone damage.
    • Sara whirled around, cheeks mottled red in embarrassment as soon as she saw the intruder.
    • Her calves, soles, toes, palms, and fingertips were dark red and mottled.
    • The dirt on his face was evident, mottling it in patches.
    • The bald skin is mottled with age spots, which have gone crusty.
    • She's a short-horn dairy calf, brown and mottled with huge, sweet eyes.
    • The shells of live lobsters are mottled green, blue and red.
    • The Upland Sandpiper is a black, brown, and white mottled bird with a long neck and tail and yellow legs.
    • There was a bruise on her cheekbone and her forearms were mottled with them.
    • The flesh is orange-yellow and mottled with red, with an almost peachlike texture.
    • His main concerns with fluoridation include the potential risk of brain cancer, hip fractures and mottled teeth.
    • Genuine wrought iron usually has a pitted and mottled appearance, even if it has been cleaned.
    • The dining room has a mottled beige carpet and sliding glass doors to the patio area.
    • True, the skin on his arms has been scarred and mottled by the sun, a side-effect of living in Hawaii.
    • Tobacco mosaic is a virus that mottles leaves, stunts plants, and reduces yields.
    • As he got close to the woman, he could see only her face and her hair, and they were mottled with mud.
    • The woman was wearing a short sleeved beige top and her bare arms were mottled red from the cold.
    • He was tall, with dark brown hair and green eyes mottled with flecks of brown.
    • Using a sponge the body is mottled with green paint to give a pleasing finish
    • Juveniles and females are mottled brown with a dark bill and yellowish legs.
    • In summer their dappled shade doesn't overwhelm lawns and plants around them, and in winter, the bark is mottled.