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cerise

  
a       adj   (de) color de cereza
b       n   cereza    f  
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"cerise": examples and translations in context
A beautiful symphony in shades of mauve and pink and deeper cerise. Una hermosa sinfonía en tonos malva, rosa, y cereza oscuro.
I instantly imagined you in a ruched burgundy bias-cut evening gown with a wolverine hem and a contrasting cerise tulle décolletage. Instantaneamente de imagine en un maravillo vestido de noche con un bello dobladillo y un escote tipo tul cereza
Sofia (BG) is added to the list of representative markets for the following products: tomatoes, aubergines, watermelons, melons, apricots, peaches, table grapes, cerises, cucumbers, plums and sweet peppers; se añade Sofía (BG) a la lista de mercados representativos para los siguientes productos: Tomates, Berenjenas, Sandías, Melones, Albaricoques, Melocotones, Uvas de mesa, Cerezas, Pepinos, Ciruelas y Pimientos dulces;
Bucharest (RO) is added to the list of representative markets for the following products: tomatoes, aubergines, water melons, apricots, apples, cerises, cucumbers, garlic, carrots, plums, sweet peppers, onions and beans. se añade Bucarest (RO) a la lista de mercados representativos para los siguientes productos: Tomates, Berenjenas, Sandías, Albaricoques, Manzanas, Cerezas, Pepinos, Ajos, Zanahorias, Ciruelas, Pimientos dulces, Cebollas y Judías.
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