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flekkaður {adj}tarnished
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Translation for 'tarnished' from English to Icelandic

flekkaður {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Connectors that are tarnished, or that were not manufactured within tight tolerances, are prone to cause poor connections.
  • This incident greatly tarnished Hastings' image and capability, leading to a failed attempt to impeach him by the British parliament.
  • The Murder of Ján Kuciak significantly tarnished the image of Slovakia when it comes to its freedom of press.
  • Helge Lund, who succeeded Olav Fjell as CEO of Statoil, has also publicly admitted that the corruption scandal tarnished Statoil and Norway's reputation abroad.
  • Paulk's reputation was severely tarnished in his later years by allegations of sexual misconduct, including several illicit relationships and accusations that he had molested children.
  • He was accused of involvement in prostitution and gambling rings, which tarnished his political career.
  • The trust the American public had in him was rapidly and severely tarnished by his pardon of Nixon.
  • The angry destructive Shiva or the ‘Pralayankar’ in the ferocity of rage tarnished the ‘Dakshayagna Vatika’, the place where the function was held.
  • Gawler's reputation was somewhat tarnished by his involvement in the Maria massacre in 1840.
  • A former CIA operative maintains that the failed 1985 attempt tarnished the CIA's reputation.
  • Side dishes in Vorarlberg are butter and yellowly tarnished onion rings.
  • A journalist Beth Burgess (Kate Beckinsale) with a tarnished reputation focuses on a story about a woman who denies murdering her husband.
  • "Lygus rugulipennis", common name European tarnished plant bug, is a species of "plant bugs" of the family Miridae.
  • Alice and her stepmother reconcile. Pennyward and Alice go off on their honeymoon. Dyker goes free but with his reputation even more tarnished.
  • The success of the company in London was somewhat tarnished, however, as Jules Seveste had died unexpectedly on 30 June in Meudon.
  • In the ensuing battle the Lodi forces were tarnished with over 20,000 killed and many more wounded and captured.
  • With its reputation severely tarnished, the paper continued after the October 2000 regime change, but its financial prospects looked very bleak.
  • Some people interested in spiders protested against the film, believing that it tarnished the public's view of spiders.
  • Zaki began his job by announcing that he would get tough and take action against errant judges to prevent the image of the judiciary from being tarnished.
  • None of the parodies have tarnished "Mona Lisa" [...] image; rather, they reinforce her fame.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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