colorado


colorado
m.
Colorado, CO, Col., Colo..
past part.
past participle of spanish verb: colorar.
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colorado
adjetivo
1 coloured (US colored)
2 (rojo) red
nombre masculino colorado
1 red
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FRASEOLOGÍA
ponerse colorado,-a to blush, go red
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colorado
nombre masculino
1 red
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1. ADJ
1) (=rojo) red
2) LAm [chiste] blue
2. SM
1) (=color) red
2) Caribe (=escarlatina) scarlet fever
3)

los Colorados — Uruguayan political party

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I
-da adjetivo
a) red

ponerse colorado — to blush, turn red, go red (BrE); tomate 1)

b) (Méx fam) <chiste> risqué
II
masculino red
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= red.
Ex. The red ON/OFF switch for the terminal is located at the left side of the screen.
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* pimiento colorado = red pepper.
* ponerse colorado = get + red in the face, go + bright red.
* ponerse colorado como un tomate = go + bright red.
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I
-da adjetivo
a) red

ponerse colorado — to blush, turn red, go red (BrE); tomate 1)

b) (Méx fam) <chiste> risqué
II
masculino red
* * *
= red.

Ex: The red ON/OFF switch for the terminal is located at the left side of the screen.

* pimiento colorado = red pepper.
* ponerse colorado = get + red in the face, go + bright red.
* ponerse colorado como un tomate = go + bright red.

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colorado1 -da
adjective
1 [Vocabulary notes (Spanish) ] red
ponerse colorado to blush, turn red, go red (BrE)
se puso colorado como un tomate he turned (as) red as a beet (AmE colloq), he went as red as a beetroot (BrE colloq)
2 (Méx fam) ‹chiste› risqué
colorado2
masculine
[Vocabulary notes (Spanish) ]
red
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colorado 1
-da adjetivo

a) red;

ponerse colorado to blush, turn red, go red (BrE)

b) (Méx fam) ‹chisterisqué

colorado 2 sustantivo masculino
red
colorado,-a adjetivo & sustantivo masculino red
♦ Locuciones: ponerse colorado (como un tomate), (de vergüenza) to blush, go bright red
(de calor, de correr) to go/get as red as a beet(root)
'colorado' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
colorada
- colorín
- vergüenza
- cañón
- chiste
- frijol
- tomate
English:
awe-inspiring
- colour
- flush
- red
- redden
- all
- blue
- blush
- CO
- Colo
- color
- dirty
- flushed
- grand
- pepper
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colorado, -a
adj
1. [color] red;
ponerse colorado to blush, to go red;
tenía la cara colorada his face was flushed;
me vas a poner colorado con tantos elogios I'm going to blush o go red with so much praise
2. Andes, RP [pelirrojo] red-haired
nm
[color] red
nm,f
1. Andes, RP [pelirrojo] red-haired person, redhead
2. Par, Urug Pol = member of the Colorado party
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colorado
adj red;
ponerse colorado blush
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colorado, -da adj
1) rojo: red
2)
ponerse colorado : to blush
3)
chiste colorado Mex : off-color joke
colorado nm
rojo: red
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colorado adj red [comp. redder; superl. reddest]
ponerse colorado to blush / to go red

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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