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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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to tan
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go brown
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'moreno' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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moreno
n.
el moreno
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ponerse moreno
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ponerse moreno
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muy moreno
(IDIOMS)
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el moreno se me quitó pronto
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un atractivo hombre moreno
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es alto y moreno
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Te has puesto muy moreno
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"moreno": examples and translations in context
Visitemos al nuevo sujeto alto, moreno y ruso. Let's play welcome wagon to tall, dark and Russian.
El extraño moreno y alto llegó a tu vida. It turns out a tall, dark stranger's coming into your life.
El Chleb prądnicki es un pan moreno elaborado con levadura de centeno. Chleb prądnicki is brown bread made with fermented rye.
Exquisitas Galletas Speculoos con un toque de canela y azúcar moreno. Exquisite Speculoos Biscuits with a hint of cinnamon and brown sugar.
Estaba guapo y moreno después de California. He was nice and tan after his California vacation.
Si quieres ponerte moreno, más te vale estar aquí pronto. So if you want to top up on the tan, make sure you get there early.
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