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sandy

adjective uk   us   /ˈsæn.dɪ/

sandy adjective (SAND)

B1 covered with sand or containing sand: a lovely sandy beach sandy soil

sandy adjective (HAIR)

Sandy hair is a pale brownish-orange colour.
Translations of “sandy”
in Korean 모래로 뒤덮인…
in Arabic مُغَطّى بِالرِّمال…
in Portuguese arenoso…
in Catalan sorrenc…
in Japanese 砂の, 砂だらけの…
in Italian sabbioso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沙, 被沙子覆蓋的, 含沙的…
in Russian песчаный…
in Turkish kumlu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 沙, 被沙子覆盖的, 含沙的…
in Polish piaszczysty…
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