discolor definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To alter or spoil colour of; stain.
    • to improve the normal hue or color of; to alter to another shade; to stain; to tinge
    • to change the real skin or look of; to put a false hue upon.
    • To alter or spoil the color of; stain.
    • to improve the all-natural hue or colour of; to change to a new color; to stain; to tinge
    • To alter the genuine skin or look of; to put a false hue upon.
    • to change or ruin the color of; stain.
    • to change the natural hue or colour of; to improve to some other color; to stain; to tinge
    • to change the genuine skin or appearance of; to put a false hue upon.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become changed or ruined in color.
    • to be altered or spoiled in color.
    • To become changed or ruined in shade.
  • verb:
    • to improve or drop color.
    • lose shade or change colorless
    • cause to lose or change color
    • change shade, usually in an undesired manner
    • to improve or drop shade.
    • shed shade or change colorless
    • cause to reduce or alter shade
    • modification shade, frequently in an undesired manner
    • To change or drop color.
    • shed color or turn colorless
    • cause to get rid of or change shade
    • change shade, often in an undesired fashion
  • others:
    • to change the natural hue or colour of; change to an unusual color or shade; stain; tinge.
    • To alter the complexion of; change the look of; provide a false appearance to.
    • In zoology and botany, of assorted or different colors; variegated; discolorous; maybe not concolor: said of every solitary item.
    • In zoology, varying in color, as one thing from another; discolorate; perhaps not concolor: generally with with: as, elytra discolor using thorax.
    • In addition discolorous, discolorate.
    • to improve the all-natural hue or color of; switch to an alternative color or tone; stain; tinge.
    • to improve the complexion of; replace the appearance of; give a false look to.
    • In zoology and botany, of varied or various colors; variegated; discolorous; not concolor: stated of any solitary item.
    • In zoology, differing in shade, together thing from another; discolorate; maybe not concolor: typically with with: as, elytra discolor with the thorax.
    • Also discolorous, discolorate.
    • to change the all-natural hue or colour of; switch to another type of shade or tone; stain; tinge.
    • to improve the skin of; change the look of; provide a false look to.
    • In zoology and botany, of varied or various colors; variegated; discolorous; perhaps not concolor: stated of any single item.
    • In zoology, varying in color, as one thing from another; discolorate; perhaps not concolor: usually with with: as, elytra discolor aided by the thorax.
    • In addition discolorous, discolorate.

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