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blonde

adjective (also blond) uk   /blɒnd/  us   /blɑːnd/
A2 with pale yellow or gold hair: blonde hair/highlights a blonde woman/a blond man
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blonde

noun [C] uk   /blɒnd/  us   /blɑːnd/
a woman with pale yellow or gold hair: Who's the blonde talking to Bob?
Translations of “blonde”
in Korean 금발의…
in Arabic أشْقَر…
in Portuguese louro…
in Catalan ros…
in Japanese ブロンドの, 金髪の…
in Italian biondo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有淺黃色(或金色)頭髮的…
in Russian белокурый…
in Turkish sarı saç, sarışın olan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有浅黄色(或金色)头发的…
in Polish blond…
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