manchar

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From Vulgar Latin *manclāre, maclāre, from Latin maculāre, present active infinitive of maculō. Doublet of magoar and macular.

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manchar (first-person singular present indicative mancho, past participle manchado)

  1. to stain
  2. to blemish
  3. to besmirch

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Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *manclāre, maclāre, from Latin maculāre, present active infinitive of maculō. Doublet of magular and macular.

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manchar (first-person singular present mancho, first-person singular preterite manché, past participle manchado)

  1. (transitive) to spot, stain, mark
  2. (transitive, figuratively) to sully (one's name, reputation, honour, etc.)
    ¡no manches!you've got to be kidding me!, get outa here!, get out of town!, no way!

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