- v.（使）染色( stain的过去式和过去分词 ); 褪色，变污; 玷污，败坏（名声）;
My dress was stained.
The doors are then stained and varnished.
You could even order windows from a catalogue — a sort of mail order stained glass service.
She gazed round the church at the grey uneven walls and the vivid stained glass windows.
Nicotine marks stained his chin and fingers.
His white coat was grubby and stained.
His clothing was stained with mud.
Every piece of timber was planed, cut to size and stained with cedar preservative.
The dress had been brightly coloured, but it was stained and dirty now.
He has stained the good honor of his family with the guilt of his crime.
He stained the wood brown.
His crimes stained the family honour.
The murderess felt that her hands were stained with blood long after the marks had been removed.
His teeth were stained with nicotine from years of smoking.
The clothes are stained with grease.
He stained his military record by going AWOL [ a. w . o . l . = absent without official leave ] .
他因擅 离职 守而玷污了军绩.
The pen stained the cloth with ink.
The tomato sause stained the table cloth.
In plant cells, for example , this moderately stained material is particularly prominent at kinetochores.
Do - it - yourself remedies can help whiten teeth and avoiding substances that stained teeth can stop further discoloration.
You have stained your tie with coffee, haven't you?
Dawn came glassy orange , stained from below by a gelatinous band pale green.
Spilled coffee had stained the carpet.
The kids can use glass paint to create a stained glass look.
1. marked or dyed or discolored with foreign matter;
"a badly stained tablecloth"
2. having a coating of stain or varnish
3. especially of reputation;
"the senator's seriously damaged reputation"
"a flyblown reputation"
"a tarnished reputation"
"inherited a spotted name"