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taint something with something

to spoil or debase something with something. The flood tainted the drinking water with disease germs. The food had been tainted with germs.
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gooch

and grundle and taint
n. the perineum. (see also choad. The taint reflects that this area is not [it ain’t = ’taint] genital nor anus.) I got a horrible itch in the gooch! She did what to your taint?

taint

verb
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shareholder (owning 10% or more voting stock) of a CFC formed after 1997 is not subject to the PFIC provisions if that shareholder is not subject to the PFIC taint.
It's doubtful that an American writer who took a similar attitude toward the lynchings in the South would be absolved of the taint of racism.
The investigators learned that the odor of the packaging itself was often not a reliable indicator of a taint that had been perceived.
Two buyers from each company will be trained to assess TCA taint.
Misconception 1) Smoke is less of a risk late in the growing season: An Australian study found that taint was the most elevated when smoke exposure occurred in the period from seven days after veraison to the harvest date.
Samples identified by the sensor as differing from the specification require a traditional taint test.
Taint results from the interaction of microorganisms and chemical contaminants.
Chatonnet's announcement was immediately countered by a statement from the French Federation of Coopers, calling the allegations that coopers underestimate the risks of cork taint in new barrels "inaccurate and demeaning to the French cooperage profession.
A former PFIC can remove its taint if it makes a "purging" election under Sec.
This text has been written by 13 specialists, including the editor, and they have penned 9 chapters whose titles are: Sensory evaluation of taints and off-flavours; A survey of chemicals causing taints and off-flavours in foods; Analysis of taints and off-flavours; Off-flavours in raw and potable water; Undesirable flavours in dairy products; Oxidative pathways to the formation of off-flavours; Packaging material as a source of taints; A retailer's perspective; and Formation of off-flavours due to microbiological and enzymic action.
Davis learned what Australian scientists already had discovered from brushfires that raged in drought-stricken northeast Victoria during 2003 and 2006: Grapes are most susceptible to smoke taint shortly after veraison.
shareholder in the foreign transferee, the taint associated with the transferred CFC's untaxed E&P is attributed to the shares received in the foreign transferee.
The sensitivity to this entire issue (of cork taint, TCA) is causing the industry to look very hard at its practices.
469(c) to remove the "per se" passive taint on rental real estate for taxpayers actively engaged in real property businesses.
Concerned with the overwhelming proof that a significant amount of wines sealed with traditional tree bark cork are spoiled by cork taint, Don Sebastiani & Sons today announced that it will focus exclusively on using alternative closures for its entire product line.