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mauve

noun [U] uk   /məʊv/  us   /moʊv/
mauve
adjective uk   us  
having a pale purple colour
Translations of “mauve”
in Arabic اللون البَنفسَجي الفاتِح…
in Korean 연보라색…
in Malaysian warna merah senduduk…
in French mauve…
in Turkish uçuk mor, leylak rengi…
in Italian malva…
in Chinese (Traditional) 淡紫色(的)…
in Russian розовато-лиловый цвет…
in Polish (kolor) jasnofioletowy…
in Vietnamese màu hoa cà…
in Spanish malva…
in Portuguese malva…
in Thai มีสีม่วงซีด, ซึ่งมีสีม่วงซีด…
in German die Malvenfarbe…
in Catalan malva…
in Japanese 藤色…
in Indonesian warna ungu muda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 淡紫色(的)…
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