moreno translation | Spanish-English dictionary

Search also in: Web News Encyclopedia Images Context
Collins

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  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
go brown
exp.
to tan
***
'moreno' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
moreno
n.
el moreno
exp.
ponerse moreno
exp.
ponerse moreno
exp.
muy moreno
(IDIOMS)
exp.
el moreno se me quitó pronto
exp.
es alto y moreno
exp.
un atractivo hombre moreno
exp.
Te has puesto muy moreno
To add entries to your own vocabulary, become a member of Reverso community or login if you are already a member. It's easy and only takes a few seconds:
Or sign up in the traditional way
"moreno": examples and translations in context
Alto, moreno, guapo y muerto. Tall, dark, handsome and dead.
A un moreno rizado, de unos 20 años. With a dark and curly guy, maybe 20 years old.
Te gusta el azúcar moreno en todo. You like brown sugar on everything.
En verdad que eres un inglés moreno. You really are a brown Englishman.
Estaba guapo y moreno después de California. He was nice and tan after his California vacation.
No, estoy en South Beach, poniéndome moreno. No, I'm in South Beach, working on my tan.
See how “moreno” is translated from Spanish to English with more examples in context

Advertising
Advertising