moreno translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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moreno

, a  
a       adj  
1    [persona]   (=de pelo moreno)   dark-haired  
(=de tez morena)  
dark(-skinned), swarthy  
(=bronceado)  
brown, tanned  
euf   coloured, colored   (EEUU)        (Andes, Caribe)   mulatto  
ponerse moreno      to tan, go brown  
2    [pelo]   (dark) brown  
[azúcar, pan]  
brown
b       sm/f   [+de pelo]   dark-haired man/woman  
[+de tez]  
dark(-skinned) man/woman  
una morena      a brunette  
c       sm   tan
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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go brown
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to tan
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'moreno' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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moreno
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el moreno
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muy moreno
(IDIOMS)
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ponerse moreno
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ponerse moreno
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el moreno se me quitó pronto
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es alto y moreno
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un atractivo hombre moreno
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Te has puesto muy moreno
"moreno": examples and translations in context
Eres demasiado moreno para tener un nombre romano tan claro. You are far too dark to have such a fair Roman name.
Mediana estatura, delgado, moreno, pómulos hundidos y aire melancólico. You're average height, thin, dark... hollow cheeks, mysterious look.
Hemos robado azúcar moreno de la cocina porque nos moríamos. We stole some brown sugar from the kitchen, 'cause we were dying.
Usted tonto, ingenuo hombre moreno. You silly, naive little brown man.
David volvió moreno y con cargo de conciencia. David returned with a tan and a guilty conscience.
Estaba guapo y moreno después de California. He was nice and tan after his California vacation.
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