(a disease in plants that withers them: potato blight.) tizón, añublo
1 (mildew) tizón nombre masculino, añublo
2 figurative use (person) azote nombre masculino; (calamity) plaga
transitive verb
1 (mildew) atizonar, añublar
2 figurative use (ruin, spoil) echar a perder, estropear
he blighted her life le estropeó la vida
3 (harm) perjudicar, dañar
blight ['blaɪt] vt
: arruinar, infestar
blight n
1) : añublo m
2) plague: peste f, plaga f
3) decay: deterioro m, ruina f
añublo s.m.
mala suerte s.f.
plaga s.f.
quemadura s.f.
roya s.f.
arruinar v.
atizonar v.

I blaɪt
mass noun
a) (Agr, Hort) añublo m; (loosely) peste f
b) (curse) plaga f, cáncer m

transitive verb
a) \<\<plant/crop\>\> arruinar, infestar; \<\<region\>\> asolar*
b) \<\<career/health\>\> arruinar; \<\<hopes\>\> malograr
1. N
1) (Bot) [of plants, cereals, fruit, trees] roya f
2) (fig) plaga f

urban blight — desertización f urbana

to cast a blight on or over — arruinar

2. VT
1) (Bot) (=wither) marchitar
2) (fig) (=spoil) arruinar; (=frustrate) frustrar; [+ urban scene] desertizar
* * *

I [blaɪt]
mass noun
a) (Agr, Hort) añublo m; (loosely) peste f
b) (curse) plaga f, cáncer m

transitive verb
a) \<\<plant/crop\>\> arruinar, infestar; \<\<region\>\> asolar*
b) \<\<career/health\>\> arruinar; \<\<hopes\>\> malograr

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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