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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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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?


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This resource for food industry professionals describes some of the most common causes of taints and off-flavors in food and explains how they may be identified and mitigated.
Off-flavours and taints are defined as unpleasant odours or tastes, the first resulting from the natural deterioration of a food, the second from its contamination by some other chemical.
Many volatile compounds are responsible for taints.
An elected official is in a unique position to speak out and we honestly do not believe it taints the process in any way.
Owing to myriad gasoline leaks, however, MTBE now taints drinking-water supplies throughout the nation.
6)Query whether the foregoing sentence taints these comments and renders them a lobbying communication.