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to stain beflecken
How to say “to stain” in German? “Beflecken”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “beflecken” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to stain in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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beflecken is the German word for “to stain.” To remember this word, you can break it down into two parts: “be” which means “to” or “at,” and “flecken” which means “stain.”

The word beflecken is an infinitive, meaning it does not change based on tense or subject. However, if you want to use it in a sentence with a specific tense or subject, you can conjugate it accordingly. Here are some conjugations of beflecken:

– Present tense: ich beflecke (I stain), du befleckst (you stain), er/sie/es befleckt (he/she/it stains), wir beflecken (we stain), ihr befleckt (you all stain), sie beflecken (they stain).

– Past tense: ich befleckte (I stained), du beflecktest (you stained), er/sie/es befleckte (he/she/it stained), wir befleckten (we stained), ihr beflecktet (you all stained), sie befleckten (they stained).

– Future tense: ich werde beflecken (I will stain), du wirst beflecken (you will stain), er/sie/es wird beflecken (he/she/it will stain), wir werden beflecken (we will stain), ihr werdet beflecken (you all will stain), sie werden beflecken (they will stain).

Other German words that have similar meanings to beflecken include “fΓ€rben” (to dye), “beschmutzen” (to soil), and “verunreinigen” (to contaminate).

Here are some example sentences using beflecken:
1. Die rote Tinte hat mein Hemd befleckt. (The red ink stained my shirt.)
2. Bitte pass auf, dass du den Teppich nicht befleckst. (Please be careful not to stain the carpet.)
3. Das Rotweinglas hat den Tisch befleckt. (The red wine glass stained the table.)

I hope this helps you understand the German word “beflecken” better! Let me know if you have any further questions.

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