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Translation of "amber" - English-Spanish dictionary

amber

noun [no plural]   /ˈæm.bər/
a hard, transparent, yellowish-brown substance that was formed in ancient times from resin (= a substance produced by trees) and is used in jewellery ámbar He has a collection of prehistoric insects preserved in amber.1275
mainly UK ( US usually yellow) the yellowish-orange traffic light that shows between the green and the red to warn drivers that the lights are about to change ámbar The lights turned to amber.1695
amber adjective  
ámbar an amber light an amber necklace (= made of amber)12751695
(Definition of amber from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

amber

noun /ˈӕmbə/
a hard yellow or brownish substance, formed from resin, used in making jewellery etc ámbar The beads on the necklace are made of amber (also adjective) an amber brooch.
(Definition of amber from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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