- v.弄脏; 玷污; 涂抹; 擦上;
- adj.弄脏的; 污迹斑斑的;
Its nozzle was smeared with some kind of lubricant.
The children had smeared mud on the walls.
A few words were smeared.
She smeared sun tan lotion all over herself.
Several words were smeared.
The little boy smeared jam on the chair.
They smeared the home team.
My sister smeared herself with suntan oil and slept by the swimming pool.
My sister smeared herself with suntan oil and slept by the swimming pool all day.
They emptied out the remains of the tin of paint and smeared it on the inside of the van.
We smeared cream on our faces / smeared our faceswith cream.
In politics you expect to get smeared by your opponents.
She smeared her fingers with jam.
The machine has been smeared with grease.
The wall was smeared with streaks of dirt.
1. smeared with something that soils or stains; these words are often used in combination;
"oil-smeared work clothes"
"hostile faces smirched by the grime and rust"- Henry Roth