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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
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'moreno' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
moreno
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el moreno
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ponerse moreno
exp.
ponerse moreno
exp.
muy moreno
(IDIOMS)
exp.
el moreno se me quitó pronto
exp.
es alto y moreno
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un atractivo hombre moreno
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Te has puesto muy moreno
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"moreno": examples and translations in context
El niño era moreno y estaba circunciso. The boy was dark and circumcised.
Es alto, moreno y noble. He's tall, dark and noble.
Exquisitas Galletas Speculoos con un toque de canela y azúcar moreno. Exquisite Speculoos Biscuits with a hint of cinnamon and brown sugar.
No estoy después de que el azúcar moreno. I'm not after the brown sugar.
Estaba guapo y moreno después de California. He was nice and tan after his California vacation.
Gimnasio, moreno, Necesito un poco de Clearasil. Gym, tan, I need some clearasil.
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